The name ?Koto-no-Ito? means ?harp strings,? a reference to the string-like quality of this Japanese Maple?s narrow, deeply divided leaf lobes. Dense, twiggy branch structure that works as the harp frame. The unique, divided leaves have a tinge of red in spring, stay green during summer and change to yellow in fall. Protect from harsh winter winds and freezing.
Acer Palmatum Koto-No-Ito
NEEDS MOIST, PEAT ENRICHED SOIL. NOT DROUGHT TOLERANT, WELL-DRAINED
BRIGHT GREEN BARK AND A GRACEFUL, ELEGANT FORM
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