Indoor Cascade Palms do best in low light situations. They’ve been known to thrive in locations where they get a partial shade or filtered light. As a result, placing them near an east or south-facing window would be an ideal situation. Cascade Palms planted outside should be placed in an area with indirect sunlight. Direct sun can cause their leaves a significant amount of damage. Look for locations that receive bright but indirect light for about half the day. These palms will require regular watering, but it’s essential not to overdo it. One or two times a week, when the soil’s surface starts to dry, it should do the trick. This amount of watering should make the soil evenly moist. It will also keep any drying from happening around the root system. As for fertilization, it’s suggested to fertilize at least three times a year: in autumn, spring, and summer.