The Goosefoot or Arrowhead plant is named so because of the arrow or goose feet shaped leaves when they're juvenile. Caring is an easy task for this species and they follow the same needs as a Philodendron. These are from the same Araceae family.
Native to South America, this species of plant has various cultivars with different amounts of variegation, from entirely green to near white. They can be sold under the the name Nephthytis podophyllum. An interesting growth pattern of the leaves is they begin cordate (heart) shaped then develop into the arrow shape and further on in age become palmate (similar shape to a hand). Because the plant matures into a climbing vine it will need to be cut back to prevent growth becoming wild and difficult to manage, indoors.