The cataractarum palm thrives in bright indirect light, well-draining soil, and above-average humidity. Compared to other indoor houseplants, cat palms need more light. The best location for cat palms indoors is near a sunny window but protected from direct sunlight. Long periods of direct sunlight can cause leaf burn. Water a cat palm only as often as the top 2” of soil dries out. In warm weather conditions, you might have to water a cat palm as often as every five to seven days. Apply a diluted houseplant fertilizer monthly during the growing season. The best temperature range for growing cat palm is 70°F to 80°F.
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