The golden pothos vine, or Epipremnum pinnatum, is a popular houseplant with yellow-marbled green leaves, according to About.com's Houseplants expert. Older leaves are as big as basketballs. The vine can engulf a 100-foot tree in its native habitat.
The golden pothos vine should be grown in indirect, bright light with moist, well-drained soil. It needs warm temperatures or it will stop growing. It should be fertilized with liquid fertilizer at every feeding or with time-released fertilizer at the vine's growing season start. Propagation is easy with cuttings. If the houseplant starts to become messy, it can be cut back to a more proper shape and size.