Sansevierias come in many shapes and sizes. And now look at the Sansevieria Mass. Victoria “Whale Fin”! Would there be a cooler one?
Like all Sansevierias, the Whale Fin is fine when watering it once every two weeks. Once a month should be sufficient in the winter months. The Sansevieria can be both in a light spot in the window sill and in a place with a little more shade. ADVICE: You can also easily hold the Sansevieria Whale Fin in your office! Then you can enjoy beautiful plants around you all day long!
When new growth appears in the pot, it is best to let them sit for a while first. Is the new leaf about half the size of the mother leaf you can easily remove the cuttings from the pot. Remove the Sansevieria from the pot and tear the cuttings gently from the mother plant. Of course you can also choose to leave the cuttings. Over time, you will have a full pot of Whale fin’s. Be careful that the plant is not in a pot that is too tight. With a tightness in the pot, new growth can cause too much pressure on the pot so that it can break and that would be a waste of the ornamental pot.