The common name, devil’s ivy, comes from the fact that it’s so hard to kill. Therefore this is a great houseplant for beginners. It doesn’t demand much, and due to its shallow root system, they don’t need too much water. Water regularly enough to keep the compost moist, taking care to not overwater.
During spring and summer feed with a houseplant fertiliser every two weeks, but reduce to once a month through winter.
Golden pothos prefers an average to high humidity, so don’t place it in a place where the air is particularly dry such as above a radiator.