Marble Queen Pothos

Epipremnum aureum
No joke, the marbling on this plant resembles fine wagyu beef. Easy, resilient, and adaptable to low light.

Low Maintenance

A ten day surf trip to Bali is still in the cards. Water before leaving and you're jet set.

Any Indirect Light

This plant will do fine in low light levels but grows best in medium or bright filtered light.

A Good Gift

Low care and adaptable to most indirect light situations. How can they resist?

Originating from Southeast Asia, this tropical beaut thrives in jungle-like ecosystems. Pothos are born climbers and can naturally grow on anything, including other plants, buildings, UPS trucks, humans—whatever they can cling onto.

Pothos naturally grow as trailing vines, so if you want them bushier just make sure to trim back the growth. Unlike Philodendrons, Pothos like their soil to dry out between waterings.

Size will vary, but total height is about 13 inches and planter width is 6 inches.

How to not kill me

Watering

Water once a week

If that's too hard then we suggest getting a pet rock. When the top inch of soil is bone dry. Droopy leaves is a sign it needs water, while yellowing leaves mean it's getting too much.

Sunlight

Low to Bright Indirect

Almost as adaptable and versatile as Bill Murray, this plant can handle most indoor lighting situations, but definitely prefers it to be on the brighter side. It should never be exposed to direct light.

Humidity

Slays in high humidity

It comes from the tropics so mist it frequently with a spray bottle, or use a humidifier to amp up the moisture in your space. It'll thank you by looking good and staying alive.