In the garden as an isolated lawn specimen or in association with evergreen shrubs such as Rhododendrons, Japanese Azaleas, Camellias, etc. Can also be planted in pots.
In porous, acid or neutral soil. Add acidic compost or peat at the time of planting. Choose a location with protection from strong winds.
Japanese Maples are resistant to most parasites if well-planted. As a rule, they do not enjoy pruning, which should therefore be performed minimally.