Epipremnum aureum but you may have heard of it as Gold Pothos or Devil's Ivy. It gets it's name as the Devil's houseplant of choice due to it being almost impossible to kill!
It has beautiful trailing stems which can grow around 30-50cm with heart shaped, marbled leaves.
They don't like to be over watered, let the top of the soil dry out between waterings, perfect for lazy plant owners like me! Feed in spring and summer. They are happy in most light from bright indirect light to low-light.
This super little plant is not only low maintenance but also a little wizard at removing airborne toxins found indoors such as formaldehyde, trichloroethene, toluene, xylene, and benzene!
Beware thought the Gold Pothos can be toxic to cats, dogs and children if consumed. So keep out of each from little ones.