Light: Place your pot where the plant can get bright light but is out of direct sunlight. If the leaves on your plant begin to fade and grow longer, the plant may need more light.
Temperature: They are very easy to grow when planted right and in the right spot. They are reliable, hard-working tropical or sub-tropical plants that are grown all round the world in warm-temperate to equatorial climates. In cooler climates, where temperatures drop below 10°C, they are popular indoor and outdoor container plants that can be brought indoors for the winter.
Soil: Containers must promote good drainage. Choose clay pots with drainage holes that allow the soil to partially dry out in between watering, but don’t allow the soil to dry out completely. Dracaena thrive in rich soil with plenty of organic material, such as a well-draining, peaty commercial potting soil.
Water: Water the plant thoroughly once a week, allowing the water to run through the container completely.