Homalanthus populifolius Graham
Graham, R. (1827), Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal 3: 175. Type: "This plant is native of New Holland, from whence we received it by the kindness of Mr Fraser in 1824. It sprung from seeds .."
Native poplar; Native bleeding heart
Grows into a small tree but also flowers and fruits as a shrub.
Leaf blades about 6.5-11.5 x 5.5-7.5 cm, petioles about 3-9.5 cm. Stipules about 6-18 x 3-5 mm. Lateral veins about 6-10 on each of the midrib. One or two glands visible on the petiole near its junction with the leaf blade. Two or more glands present on the leaf blade close to the point of attachment of the petiole or on other parts of the leaf blade.
Inflorescence about 25 mm long. Male flowers: Flowers on pedicels 1-1.5 mm long, petals absent. Stamens borne on a central receptacle. Filaments very short or absent. Anthers globose, about 1 mm wide. Female flowers: Flowers on pedicels about 7 mm long. Petals absent, styles two, linear, about 2 mm long, arising sub-laterally. Ovary glabrous.