I would buy a moister detecter this type likes humid conditions and is one of the hardest to keep. Are the fallen leaves brittle/dry or are they damp to the touch when they fall? Sometimes when the surface is dry it is soaking 2cm down or so, have a little dig down into the soil (that's why I recommend the detector it's good for fussy plants)
@slj I have this plant for two months. The leaves started shedding suddenly. I changed the soil and you was right. While it was dry on the surface it was too wet inside. Let's see how it goes. I can see new small leaves emerging on the top. I hope this encouraging.
Fingers crossed that sounds like good news I look forward to seeing it back to good health. Remember it will slow right down as winter approaches and will hardly need watered if it's not near a heat sources but it will still enjoy a mist 😊
I would let the surface dry but I would just stick to what you normally do it will loose old leafs just watch it for signs of any problems and stick to your usual routine for now the other foliage looks good
This variety needs humidity and is one of the hardest dracaena to grow. Are the leaves that fall dried or sort of wet? Investing in a soil moisture gauge is quite often a good idea with growing harder varieties I wouldn't be without mine. And also what kind of water do you use are you using tap water? And how long have you had it?