The endocycle represents a modified mitotic cell cycle that in plants is often coupled to cell enlargement and differentiation. Endocycle onset is controlled by activity of the Anaphase Promoting Complex/Cyclosome (APC/C), a multi-subunit E3 ubiquitin ligase targeting cell cycle factors for destruction. CELL CYCLE SWITCH 52 (CCS52) proteins represent rate-limiting activator subunits of the APC/C. In Arabidopsis thaliana (Arabidopsis), mutations in either CCS52A1 or CCS52A2 activators result in a delayed endocycle onset, whereas their overexpression triggers increased DNA ploidy levels. Here, the relative contribution of the APC/CCCS52A1 and APC/CCCS52A2 complexes to different developmental processes was studied through analysis of their negative regulators, being the ULTRAVIOLET-B-INSENSITIVE 4 (UVI4) protein and the DP-E2F-Like 1 (DEL1) transcriptional repressor, respectively. Our data illustrate cooperative activity of the APC/CCCS52A1 and APC/CCCS52A2 complexes during root and trichome development, but functional interdependency during leaf development. Furthermore, we found APC/CCCS52A1 activity to control CCS52A2 expression. We conclude that interdependency of CCS52A-controlled APC/C activity is controlled in a tissue-specific manner.