In terms of light, because it naturally forms part of the rainforest undergrowth, it doesn’t need much. Bright indirect light, like close to a north-facing windowsill, is absolutely fine.
Dracaenas are known for being quite forgiving when it comes to soil moisture! They don’t tend to be the quickest growers and their fleshy stems store water well, so it’s usually best to take it relatively easy with the watering can.
If you’re growing in soil, remember that drainage is an important factor for houseplants like Dracaena. They don’t like wet feet, and a soil type that retains water for too long can lead to root rot or even deadly stem rot in the long run!
Although lucky bamboo doesn’t need much to thrive, it will appreciate some fertilizer from time to time to prevent yellowing leaves and slow growth.
You can remove dead leaves and also opt to trim any offshoots that you don’t like the look of, but more than that won’t be necessary.