Plant Identification-Dracaena Compacta
Hello, I am not sure as to what this house plant is and what kind of care it requires.
Your plant is a Dracaena Compacta. A Dracaena compacta plant grows best in medium light. In a low light area they grow very slowly or not at all, tend to lose bottom leaves, and are easily over-watered. Rotate dracaenas weekly so that they don’t grow toward the light, become one sided, and lose their beautiful shape. Like other indoor houseplants, a Dracaena compacta uses less water in low light than in brighter light. Keep the plant on the dry side to prevent root rot and Leaf Spot Disease. Allow the top ¾ of the soil to dry out before watering. In low light this could be two weeks or more. Compacta plants do better when watered on a regular schedule. Brown tips usually indicate too much too much chlorine or fluorine in the water. Muddy brown leaf tips on new growth means the plant needs more water.
You can read all my care tips for this plant in the Popular Houseplant section of the website.