Epipremnum aureum 'Marble Queen'
Pothos Marble Queen (Hanging Basket M)
Better known as Marble Queen or Devil's Ivy, Epipremnun aureum is one of the most popular and hardy indoor plants around. It is a climber that can grow to over 12 metres long in the wild and is perfect for a hanging basket, on a totem or even up a wall. It has an easy growing nature including propagation from cuttings and also has air purification qualities making it a popular choice as a beginner's plant.
An extremely hardy plant, the Devil's Ivy survives in all manner of light conditions and is also drought-tolerant, so don't fret if you forget to periodically water your ivy. Over watering can result in root rot and yellow leaves so don't let the soil get too soggy for long periods.
|WATER||Does not require much water,
keep soil well drained.
|LIGHT||Indirect Light, Filtered Light, Low Light|
|PLANT SIZE||Grows to 3m|
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