Acer Palmatum Group: Variegated
The pastel tones blend in subtle combinations, unlike others which are bolder. The basic leaf colour is light green. The least variegated leaves have a faint shading of pink on the edges made up of very minute dots. Most leaves are marked with pink or white spots, sometimes merging into large areas. Other leaves are totally white or light pink. None of the colouration is garish, it is soft. Fall colour is yellow-orange. The medium sized leaves have five lobes which radiate openly and are very deeply divided. they are long ovate and end in a sharp tip. The lobes that are highly variegated do not lie flat, but may curl downward or sideways and often they are twisted and undulate. The margins are finely and sparkly toothed.
Height: 3 metres