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  Epipremnum Marble Queen / Snow Queen
From: The Silent Seed <tylus.seklos at gmail.com> on 2019.12.13 at 17:14:42(24289)
I would like to know if there is a definitive way to differentiate these two varieties.

Thank you. Jude

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From: Russ <bluesea14808 at yahoo.com> on 2019.12.14 at 08:40:37(24290)
Hi Jude,

Doing a search, looks like someone put the name Snow Queen on the higher variegated form of Marble Queen. I'm pretty sure I've seen both forms on the same plant, so I think the so-called Snow Queen is just an occasional variation of Marble Queen. To me, they're BOTH Marble Queen.

The Snow Queen name is also applied to plants that look like N'Joy, Pearls and Jade, and the like.


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On Fri, Dec 13, 2019 at 8:24 PM, The Silent Seed

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From: The Silent Seed <tylus.seklos at gmail.com> on 2019.12.14 at 09:20:18(24291)
Thank you very much Russ! I agree with you. I see both "forms" (ha!) on "both" plants.

I have not seen Snow Queen applied to N'Joy/Glacier/Pearls and Jade, etc, but people will do that these days!

Best, Jude

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From: Russ <bluesea14808 at yahoo.com> on 2019.12.14 at 10:43:04(24292)

Jude, on a Google search of Snow Queen I actually saw more examples of Glacier et al with that name than pics of the Marble Queen type.

By the way, you said you had a form of Dieff Camouflage with only the tiniest of green spots (1). Have you seen this one with a bigger sprinkling and some dots of green (2)? These apparently grow to a huge size.


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