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.
Distribution endemic to New South Wales and Queensland