The Goldfish Plant's botanical name is "Columnea Nemantanthus", and it can also be found under the more common name of "Goldfish Vine".
Water: Allow top few inches of soil to dry out between waterings. Always allow excess water to drain away to avoid root rot. Drooping leaves is a sign of over or underwatering.
Light: Thrives best in bright, direct sunlight. With proper light levels, this beauty will bloom it's small, orange flowers all year round.
Soil: Goldfish plants prefer soil that retains moisture, while still draining well. An African Violet soil mix is ideal for these plants.
Humidity: Do best with mild to moderate humidity. Would benefit from the occasional misting.
Fertilizer: Fertilize once every two weeks with a balanced houseplant fertilizer throughout growing season. Fertilize monthly during the winter.