Other Names White Yiel Yiel, Grey Oak, Silky Oak, Hill's Silky Oak
Description The White Silky Oak is a medium to large tree. Juvenile leaves are lobed (pinnatifid or pinnatisect) and about 25cm - 40cm long and 15cm - 30cm wide. Each leaf has 3–10 lobes about 8cm - 25cm long. Adult leaves are usually undivided and lanceolate to ellipticical and about 9cm - 24cm and 1.5cm - 6cm wide. The underside of the leaves is silky. The White Silky Oak produces long branched clusters of white to pale green flowers from May to October.
Height 8m - 30m
Distribution endemic to New South Wales and Queensland