Product Details: –
- Marble Queen Money Plant
- Plants Placement: Indoor
- Common Name: Money Plant, Pothos, Scindapsus Plant, Devil’s Ivy
- Family: Araceae
- Plant Type: Foliage & Air Purifying Plant
- Plant height: 6 inches
- Pot Type: Plastic
- Pot Size: 4 inches
About Plants: –
Marble Queen is a famous house plant form a money plant family. its dual colour leaves make it more attractive. Marble Queen” is a cultivar. It is native to tropical and subtropical Asia, Australia and Pacific. The marble queen pothos, with its long flowing vines, makes a lovely table or hanging plant. This plant, occasionally mentioned to as devil’s ivy can be trained to grow on a pole or trellis. All pothos plants are effectual in cleaning the air of injurious chemicals. A marble queen pothos endures in low light.
Marble Queen is a highly variegated plant with foliage that tends to be more white than green. Since marble queen is harder to care for than other pothos variety, it is less popular. However, its slow growth makes it perfect to grow in less space.
How to Care Marble Queen Money Plant: –
- Place your plants where it will receive morning sunlight each day.
- Water only when the soil feels dry to touch.
- Do not allow the soil to dry out completely.
- Apply organic fertilizers during spring and rainy season.
- Loosen the soil without damaging the roots. It will help the plant to uptake the nutrients and moisture easily.
- When a plant outgrows in current pot, re-pot with fresh potting soil and some fertilizer.
- Do the re-potting late evening and keep the plant in a shady area for 2 to 3 days and then move the plant in required light condition.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How often should I water my Marble Queen?
Marble Queen prefers their soil to be kept on the drier side. Water enough to keep the soil slightly moist. During the summer season, water well and let the top half of the soil to dry out before watering again. In the fall and winter, allow the soil to become drier before watering
Where can I buy a Marble Queen Plant?
You can buy a marble queen plant online from vitri greens, Place your order with us.
How to propagate the Marble Queen Plant?
Stem cuttings are the easiest way to propagate a marble queen pothos and all other pothos varieties.
Why does my Marble Queen have brown spots?
Overwatering and too much light are the most common reason for leaves turning brown. Let the soil dry out before watering your plant.
How to Grow Marble Queen Plant?
Light – Marble queen plant doesn’t need direct sunlight to grow but it feels good in bright light and grows faster.
Soil – Use a standard Premium indoor potting mix. Make sure your pot has a Proper drainage hole.
Watering – water the Marble queen plant once the top inch of the soil is dry.
Feeding – you can use the organic fertilizer once in a month
Temperature – It is better to place the marble queen plants in warmer spots in your home.
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