Medium Whale Fin Snake Plant
Named for the unique shape of its delightfully, paddle-like leaves, the Whale Find Snake plant is a slow-growing succulent perfect for those looking for a simply fun addition to their plant collection. The leaves boast a mottled pattern of dark and light green. Like the rest of it's Snake Plant family, the Whale Fin is a fantastic air-purifier that requires very little maintenance.
WHALE FIN CARE
Snake plants can tolerate low light, but they will thrive in bright, filtered sunlight. If the plant is placed in a low light area, we recommend giving the plant the occasional sun bath. When the sun is nice and bright, bring your plant into the light and let it soak up some sun for a few hours. Short bursts of bright exposure will help encourage growth from snake plants that live in a low light environment.
Snake Plants are succulents, so they rarely need watering. In the warmer months, you can expect to water your Whale Fin once every 20 or so days. When it's colder, you could get away with watering once a month or so.
But when you do water make sure you're through! Either place the pot in a water bath or soak the soil until water seeps out through the drainage hole in the bottom of the pot. Discard the excess water — allowing your plants to sit in the excess water invites root rot.
As a Snake plant, the Whale Fin is a slooooow grower! But, if kept happy and healthy, the plant Wille eventually reward you with new shoots in the soil. You can leave those babies in the same pot, or you can propagate them in their own smaller pot!