An incredibly resilient fast-growing indoor/outdoor plant.
I've seen this, or some version of this, growing perennially outside in an area with normal seasons and in moderate shade. It really covered the area nicely, and nothing else was growing there. I don't think it was tended to at all, so it may also crowd out weeds or perhaps the area was being sprayed or weeded and I never saw it.
I've kept it in a basement with no real natural light around. It went dark and still thrived. It started growing itself into the wall, through paint.
|Water||Keep evenly moist|
|Temperature||15-18°C / 60-65°F|
|Fertilize||Mild liquid fertilizer|
- aka Scindapsus aureus
aka Golden pothos