|Acer campestre is a slow-growing deciduous tree with dark, oval leaves that turn yellow in the autumn. The 5 lobed leaves are composed of 3 to 5 entire lobes. Blooms in corymbs of 5 green flowers followed by winged fruit. The cultivar, 'Pulverulentum' is a small tree to 12 feet tall with a large crown, wider than high. White speckled leaves, same size as the species. Occasionally, half of the blade will be green.