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Marble queens are hardy as hell and can survive most light conditions. If you really want your plant to thrive, though, it’s best to mimic its native bright, indirect light. Indoors, that means near your sunniest window. Outdoors, that means in the shade under a tree or a covered patio.

Direct sunlight could burn its beautiful, speckled leaves. A bit of direct morning sun is usually fine, but monitor your plant if you move it and aren’t sure if the lighting is appropriate.


Toxic to pets


Marble Queen Pothos (Epipremnum aureum)

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