Song of India needs bright, indirect light. Intense, direct sun will unfortunately burn the leaves and low light will cause the plant’s yellow-lime striped vibrancy to fade and the plant to turn spindly. Mild morning sun can be an option.
Plant in quick-draining soil to prevent root rot or overwatering. And like all dracaenas, reflexa likes to live on the dry side which means let about half of the top soil dry out before giving it a drink. If your potting soil seems too heavy, add some sand to the mix.
In the spring and summer while the plant is actively growing, feed it with a diluted basic houseplant food.
Hailing from high humidity places, this plant may display brown leaf tips if the humidity is too low. Simple fix? Either place the pot on a bed of wet pebbles or regularly mist with water to raise humidity, plus this trick clears potential pests away.