Stenocarpus sinuatus Endl.
Endlicher, S.L. (1848) Genera Plantarum Supplement. 4(2): 88. Type: Lectotype: Anon. [? Weeks & Day] s.n., s. dat., Cultivated, London.
Yiel-yiel; Oak, White; Tulip Flower; Tulip Tree; White Silky Oak; Wheel of Fire Tree; Wheel-of-fire; Fire Tree; White Oak; Fire Wheel Tree; Oak, White, Silky; White Beefwood
Oak grain in the wood and a corresponding pattern in the inner blaze.
Inflorescence produced on the twigs below or back from the leaves, each umbel with about 12-15 flowers. Peduncles about 50-90 mm long. Pedicels about 8-12 mm long. Tepals about 40 mm long, outer surface puberulent, inner surface glabrous. Stamens sessile, anthers about 2.5 mm long. Hypogynous gland flat, sheathing 75% of the stalk of the ovary, gland up to 3 mm high. Ovary stalked, ferruginous-pubescent, about 3 mm long, ovules about 10-12. Style about 20-25 mm long, glabrous. Pollen presenter a broad, oblique disk.
Commonly cultivated in Australia and overseas for its brilliant display of red flowers produced in wheel-like clusters.