Golden pothos or Devil’s Ivy is the most common type of pothos. It has been a popular houseplant since the 1950s, and today, when you hear the name “pothos,” this cultivar is the most likely to come to mind.
Marble Queen Pothos is an unpatented cultivar that also enjoys widespread popularity. It looks similar to the Golden pothos but displays deeply variegated leaves, with cream, white, and sometimes light green variegation.
Snow Queen Pothos is the more variegated cousin of the Marble Queen. The two cultivars look similar, but the Snow Queen can develop almost entirely white, or cream leaves with just a few green stripes and splashes.