This plant has a few names and is sold under variations of it. You might find it called Dracaena demerensis, Dracaena "Compacta", D. fragrans 'Compacta. Plant relationships have only gotten more complicated with dna analysis and the only sure thing is that is a Dracaena.
I notice yours has the brown tips characteristic of over watering or using water with chlorine or fluoride in it.
This plant grows slowly and not does not require fertilizer on a regular basis. The flowers are insignificant. Pests are few, weakened plants can get mealy bug. More light and less water are recommended for indoor cultivation.