We’ve been thinking a lot about life lately. There sure are a lot of new things to consider during this time. As humans we are constantly striving to adapt and adjust to whatever life throws at us. Lately, we have seen tons of friends post about taking on new projects, developing new hobbies and even rekindling old ones. We want to be a part of the conversation!  If you know us, you’d expect us to say, “Why not try some new plants?” Well, that’s exactly what were here to convince you to do!

We’ve put together a list of easy care plants that would be great for anyone who is new to owning plants, has had trouble with them in the past, or just wants to add some low maintenance plants to their collection. These plants are known for not causing too much trouble and easily adapting to their surroundings!

Here are some of our favorites that we usually keep in stock at Strawberry Fields:

Scindapsus pictus

Known as: “Satin Pothos,” “Silver Pothos,” or “Silver vine”

One of the most unique looking trailing plants boasting a silky, silver look. Your plant will be sure to make it known when it needs water! It loves to dramatically curl up its leaves as a reminder.

Dracaena trifasciata

Known as: “Snake Plant,” or “Mother-in-law’s tongue”

A classic easy care plant that can thrive off of your average artificial light sources such as LED and incandescent light bulbs! They love to be left alone and only watered once every couple of weeks.

Epipremnum aureum

Known as: “Golden Queen Pothos,” or “Devils Ivy”

A fan favorite for shelves and hangers. Prune back smaller trailing leaves for a fuller, bushier plant. They can easily adapt to many different environments… just as long as they have some natural light!


Epipremnum aureum

Known as: “Neon Pothos,” or “Devils Vine”

A neon version of the plant above, but give it slightly more light. This plant is probably our best seller and a “must have” as part of a basic plant collection!


Syngonium podophyllum

Known as: “Nephthytis,” “Arrowhead Plant,” or “White Butterfly”

The best plant to start branching out from the basic, easy care list. It loves medium diffused light and can sometimes grow into a vine shape if not pruned!


Feel free to call or message us with any plant questions. We may also be able to source plants that you might not see in the shop, just inquire! We hope to see some of you all soon!


Team Strawberry