The Dracaena deremensis, also known as the Janet Craig, is an easy-care, houseplant with shiny dark-green leaves that can grow up to 15 feet tall. They have been popular because they thrive in most conditions, including spaces with lower lighting. As it matures, it will have multiple canes in one planter, which can be propagated.
If you propagate or repot a Dracaena, make sure there isn't perlite in the soil as it can create fluoride build up. Allow your tap water to sit out for 24 hours to reduce fluoride or use filtered, rain or distilled water. Keep away from kiddos and pets.