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Product title: Marble Queen Pothos

Common Names: Marble Queen money plant, Marble Queen pothos

Product title: Marble Queen pothos

Common Names: Marble Queen money plant, Marble Queen pothos

Marble Queen Pothos: Your All-in-One Guide To Know Why You Should Own One

A passionate look, touch or hug on a plant is enough to open your inner eyes than going for serious yoga and other therapies – Karthikeyan V

If there is something that can help you with mental and financial wellness, there is no looking behind, the marble queen money plant is the real thing you can rely on.

Gear up as delve into an insightful tour of the talk town of the plant.

Key takeaways you can anticipate from this discussion are

  • Getting to know about the plant, its benefits, and features
  • How to grow, prune and propagate your money plant
  • Best fertilizers to use, and practices to keep your plant healthy
  • List of essentials that help grow your marble queen pothos

Let us get started!


Plants are a great source of stress buster wherever you keep them indoors or outdoors. Not all plants are indoor-friendly, but marble pothos is the best pick when it comes to growing in the comfort of your home or office space. 

About the plant: 

Marble Queen Pothos is the most popular and evergreen vine variety of the Pothos family, suits indoors and gardens. Their exquisite marble green leaves embellish their surroundings making them a perfect choice of indoor plants at home, shopping centers, and office desks. 

With Marble Queen Pathos, you can expect the following benefits:

  • You require less maintenance that includes watering once or twice a week. 
  • You can grow them in bright, indirect sunlight and low-light areas.
  •  To adapt and grow exceptionally well in the hydroponic system. 
  • In addition, these ornamental plants are believed to bring good luck and fortune. 
  • They purify the air by removing toxic pollutants such as formaldehyde, benzene, and toluene. 
  • Best anti-radiators when kept besides Wifi or any electronic gadgets.

All these benefits put them under the befitting radar of a must-have at every door. 


However, They are toxic to pets and kids when consumed, so keep them out of their reach. 

There is more. Next is the best features section!

Standout Features of Marble Queen Pothos

  • Epipremnum aureum ‘Marble queen’ has unique, bright, yellow-green colored, heart-shaped leaves.  
  • It is an evergreen, climbing vine species popular as a houseplant in cooler climates. ∙ 
  • Its flowers are cream-yellow-green spikes enclosed by spathes, but these are rarely produced and cultivated. 

If you are interested to own one then the following sections can serve you as a handy guide.

Short guide on how to plant:

These vibrant plants are low-maintenance and easy to care for and can adapt to a range of lighting conditions and relish regular watering. Also, they bounce back steadily even if you water them every once in a while. These indoor-friendly variety support vines up to 10 feet long, so you may wish to prune the vines every once in a while to keep their size under control.

How to prune like a Pro: 

You can prune your Marble queen money plant by taking cuttings from the stem. It would help if you always cut the vine a few inches above each leaf. The region where the leaf joins the vine is called a node, and post-pruning, the queen plant will send out a new vine in that field. Take care not to leave any leafless vines. Reiterate the same process with each vine, and the results are visually pleasing to you. If you want to do light pruning, you can take tip cuttings on whatever vines are too long.

How to propagate Marble Queen Pothos like an expert gardener:

As with other varieties of pothos, marble queen pothos are easy to propagate by stem cuttings. It is a great way to reuse any cuttings you take during pruning that can help create a fuller-looking plant by planting the cuttings back in the original pot. Else, you can use the cuttings to grow new plants and share them with your friends. 

Follow these steps to propagate your marble queen pothos with stem cuttings: 

  • Take stem cuttings from an established plant with at least 4-5 nodes each. 
  • Remove the bottom 2-3 leaves from each cutting, leaving at least two leaves at the top of each cutting.
  • Fill a small glass or jar with water and place the cuttings in the water, ensuring that the exposed nodes on the bottom of the cuttings are submerged while the leaves remain above water.
  • Place the cuttings in a location that receives medium to bright indirect light, and change the water once a week to ensure it stays fresh. 
  • Roots should begin forming within a week or so. Once they are at least an inch long, you can transfer the cuttings back to the soil. 
  • Remove the cuttings from the water and carefully pot them in a pre-moistened, well-draining soil mixture. 
  • Place the freshly potted cuttings back in the same spot, and maintain the soil moistness for the first 1 to 2 weeks after repotting to help the roots acclimate to the mud.  
  • After about two weeks, a regular watering schedule for the cuttings can be cared for as it establishes the start of the Golden pothos family.

Pests and other problems 

Marble queen pothos is not especially prone to any particular pests or diseases. However, you should keep an eye out for some common houseplant pests that can become a problem if your plant gets infected. Watch out for sap-sucking pests such as mealybugs, scale, spider mites, and fungus gnats, which are common among most houseplants.

Recommended Fertilizers

Pro gardeners envy this plant as it requires no-special and costly fertilizers. On the other hand, it is more than enough if you have any simple organic fertilizers to make and keep your decorative plant fresh and vibrant.

Experts suggest compost or seaweed liquid once a month. Remember not to overdo the fertilization process as it can hamper growth.

Do you need any helping hand with the money plant fertilizers? Then Dharmikgardens are ready to help you out. Do ping an email or ring us to receive a callback at the earliest.

Best practices to grow a marble queen Pothos

  • If you wish to maintain and elevate the color of this 100% positive-vibe-spreading plant keep them in daylight for at least 4-5 hours daily.
  • Remember to spray your money plant regularly and place them close to other indoor plants (if you have the option) to maintain their humidity level.

Best place and way to keep your money plant

  • Go for the north entrance or south-east direction at your place and avoid the east-west direction.
  • Do not keep your fortune bringing plants near red color objects.
  • Experts suggest using green and blue vases to witness the best results.

Essentials to grow Golden pothos

Light, soil, water, humidity, and temperature are the essentials that help your plant to grow and shine. So, let us see the specific requirements for your Marble queen pothos.


Your fortune plant needs bright but indirect sunlight to have that healthy growth. But direct sunlight exposure apart from minimal morning or evening light is not recommended.


You can go for an organic soil mix that encompasses a single composition of houseplant soil, perlite, and orchid bark. Make sure the soil is loamy, moist, and also drains well.


They relish frequent watering. But tend to withstand drought even if watering is less often. However, watering once the potting soil has dried out on the top 2 to 3 inches is recommended.

Temperature and Humidity

An average warm temperature of 55 degrees Fahrenheit is enough for this variety of pothos. You can choose a pebble tray or humidifier to provide that extra boost of humidity for your plant.

Whoa! That brings us to the close of our long and informative read!

Common Name  Marble queen money plant, Marble queen pothos, 
Botanical Name  Epipremnum aureum
Plant Type  Ornamental plant – Vine
Maximum growth dimensions  30 ft. high
Light  Indirect sunlight, low light areas
Temperature  16 – 85 F (15 – 29 C)
Soil pH  Neutral to acidic
Soil Type  Moist but well drained
Watering frequency  Once or twice a week
Bloom time  Spring, Summer
Flower Colour  Green, White
Toxicity  Toxic to pets (dogs and cats)
Difficulty level  Easy to grow
Benefits  Excellent air purifiers – toxin removers

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