These Dracaena masoniana aka whale/shark fin are one tough plant! Compared to other Dracaena varieties, these get some of the largest leaves, definitely earning the name whale fin!
*Formerly classified as Sansevieria*
While they do best in a bright filtered light, they are able to handle low light conditions well. They have near cacti like foliage that can tolerate very dry conditions. We recommend watering only when the soil is almost all the way dry. This can be between 2-4 weeks depending on how much light it is getting! When in doubt, let them go on the dryer side. When re-potting us a coarse chunky soil that will drain water well.