|Acer curcinatum is a spreading deciduous maple with light green leaves that turn orange and red in the autumn. The 5-inch leaves are composed of 5 to 7 entire lobes. Umbels of purple and white small flowers. The cultivar, 'Glen Del' is a slow-growing shrub with a narrow upright habit. 5-lobed leaves are divided to the center of the leaf. Petioles (leaf stalks) are red.