These plants do well in shady conditions, but do not thrive under direct sunlight.
The soil should be kept moist. The plant is toperant of heavy watering, but does not like to dry out.
The vines can be trimmed to maintain a good habit and encourage branching from the buds at the leaf nodes. Cuttings can be easily rooted to make new plants.
A weak solution of fertilizer should be added to the water at every watering
Generally pest free, but if kept high up, where the air may be warmer and less humid, you should look out for two-spotted spider mites. Other pests, such as mealybugs, might be found and they should be removed when seen.