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Super White Marble Queen
We've managed to secure a lucky 6 Super White Marble Queens in 14cm pots with detachable saucers *UPDATE* Now one lucky last babe left! Queen #3 is a chameleon with every variation imaginable on one plant. She does have a bit of damage to some leaves but it doesn't look like she's going to lose them, so I expect she just had a rough patch at the nursery before arriving here. She's fully recovered, happy and healthy - and more than making up for it! Actively growing and her latest leaf is super variegated.
We don't want to burst anyone's bubble here, but there's not really any such thing as a 'Super White' or 'Snow White'. They are all, very white, extra variegated, Scindapsus or Epipremnum or Pothos Marble Queens. And oh boy are they all the more gorgeous for it. Serious wow factor (read more about their many names). You can see the difference in one of the photos between the standard green Marble Queen and the Super White. There's also a 'Snow White' or 'Snow Queen' - which again, not a different plant - just even whiter and more variegated than a Super White. Having had all 3 levels ourselves, we personally steer clear of the 'Snow White' as we find they're too white, making the leaves shorter lived and more likely to brown and die early. Stunning though!
Being so variegated, give these girls plenty of bright indirect light. They like to dry out between watering. No wet feet, no direct light. We treat ours to Groconut mixed with their water every week in spring and summer. New growth comes in a pale lemony yellow, which fades to white as the leaves age. Read the full Marble Queen care guide