The Dracaena requires little care. He needs little water and the plant does well in less light/partial shade. Does the soil feel dry? Then you can water the plant again. Obviously, this will be the case more quickly in summer periods than in winter. In fact, in winter it may even only be that far after 4 to 6 weeks. Have you watered the Dracaena and does the soil still feel moisture after a few days? Then give the plant a smaller amount of water next time.
Do you have little light in the house? No problem, like other Dracaena, the Janet Lind also does well without too much light. It is sufficient for a maximum of 3 hours of sunlight, so it is advisable to place the plant near a north-facing window. If the plant does not really grow, it may still receive too little. Then move the plant further away from the window when the leaves turn yellow. He then gets too much light.
It is not necessary to spray the Dracaena Janet Lind, but it does add to the ornamental value and health of the plant because it removes the dust from the leaves.