Acer palmatum are smallish deciduous trees with deeply-lobed leaves which turn red, orange and yellow in autumn. The flowers are red in spring. They have a compact tidy habit that negates the need for heavy pruning. They reach maturity in 10 to 20 years. ‘Koto Hime’ Foliage emerges green with a pink or orange cast to the margins. The small deeply divided leaves then turn dark almost blue-green in summer. ‘Koto hime’ means small harp, it has leaves clustered around long stubby branches. Great for small plantings or containers, ‘Koto hime’ prefers partial shade, and will even tolerate heavy shade. In Autumn the leaves turn yellow to orange.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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