Marble Queen Pothos grow rapidly and can quickly fill a pot with lush green leaves. They are a hardy plant that tolerates low light levels, so they make an excellent choice for a beginner gardener. These plants also make great additions to any home decor because of their striking marblelike leaves and spikes.
Pothos ‘Marble Queen’ – 6″ Pot
75 in stock
When it comes to houseplants, theres no denying that Pothos is a popular choice. These succulent plants can grow quickly, require little care, and come in a variety of colors and shapes – making them versatile additions to any home. If youre looking to add some pothos plants to your collection, weve got some tips for you!
- Succulent pothos plants come in a myriad of colors and shapes
- They grow quickly, requiring very little in the way of care
- Whether you need to bring some color into your dining space or want them for climbable fun, these plants will be a hit!
- If a plant looks particularly thin, it may be too close to the sun
- Consider a lightbulb with a spectrum closest to C - or create some indirect light
- *The best way to water your pothos is by the layer of soil in your pot.
- *Keep pothos husks and leaves free from pests by spraying or misting them with water every few days just before sunset so that plant can suspend moisture in the air and repel any insects.
- *Purchase Pothos online or through a local nursery for some extra flourish when planting, or give it as a gift to someone whos incorporating an update to their home decor!
- 1) Awindow box filledwith rocks and soil with clones
- 2) Aserrated surface spray made specifically for plants sometimes offered in garden centers
- 3) Plant in reduced sunlight inside, outside, or on screened table-top
- Pothos will add cheer to your home and many have social uses such as climbing or hanging
- These plants are great at adapting to different lighting conditions and can survive low light exposure
- Pothos plants are relatively easy to care for and generally dont require much needed when planting
- Grows up to 20 feet per year
- Can be placed near a window or close to a heating outlet
- Foliage lasts for 2 weeks with light and can last for 2 months with bright light sources