Hollandaea porphyrocarpa A.J.Ford & P.H.Weston
Smith, L.S. (1956) Proceedings of the Royal Society of Queensland 67: 38.
Sayer's Silky Oak
Seldom exceeding 30 cm dbh. Oak grain in the wood and a corresponding pattern in the inner blaze.
Oak grain in the twigs. Leaf blades usually rather large, about 10-22 x 6-14 cm. Petioles somewhat swollen at their junction with the twig. Scattered peg-like teeth on the margin of the leaf blade.
An attractive small tree with potential for parks and home gardens. The long racemes of pink or purple flowers provide a striking effect.