A wonderful and uncommon houseplant, this Shark Fin Sansevieria grows one large tapering leaf, hence its name. A unique addition to your houseplant collection and very easy to care for.
Low Light - This plant prefers indirect light for 4 or more hours a day. Good locations for low light plants usually include sitting in a north facing window or sitting 3 or more feet from a window that receives bright direct light such as a south or west facing window.
Water Infrequently - Water this plant every 2-4 weeks when the soil is completely dry. Before watering, check the soil with your finger. If you feel any remaining moisture, wait another week before watering. When you do water, soak soil thoroughly and then allow to drain. Almost all houseplants will use less water in the winter than in the summer, so adjust watering frequency seasonally based on how the soil feels. For best results, plant in a well draining potting mix such as a cactus and succulent blend.
Other Notes: Shark Fins don't need much water or light and are slow-growing, so they are perfect for apartment-dwellers and novice plant collectors.
***The options listed for sale correspond to the diameter of the nursery pot that the plant is in. Every plant is unique will not look exactly like the one seen in the photo.