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Plants Matching scaevola

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Image of Scaevola photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Fanflower, Scaevola)

Image of Scaevola aemula photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Purple Fanfare, Scaevola)

Grown for its perpetual display of curiously shaped flowers, this low, shrubby, evergreen perennial is a familiar "annual" in areas outside its hardiness range. It is native to eastern and southern Australia.

The fleshy, trailing to mounding stems of fanflower are crowded with small, bright green, oval leaves with toothed edges. Numerous white, purple, or lavender flowers – shaped like Japanese fans – appear year round in frost-free areas, or from late spring to frost in colder regions. The flowers...

Image of Scaevola aemula

Jesse Saylor

(Fanflower, Scaevola)

Fanflower is a low, shrubby, evergreen perennial from southern and eastern Australia. The showy, prolific, violet-blue flowers of 'Blue Wonder' are borne on well-branched, spreading plants that are relatively large in all their parts.

The arching to trailing, fleshy stems of this tender perennial are crowded with succulent, medium to dark green, oval leaves with toothed edges. Plants form low, broad, dense hummocks. The flowers – shaped like Japanese fans – appear year round in frost-free areas,...

Image of Scaevola aemula

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Fanflower, Scaevola)

White Champ fanflower is a low,, bushy, spreading, tender evergreen perennial native to southern and eastern Australia. Copious clusters of white flowers - shaped like Japanese fans - with green-yellow throats appear year round within its hardiness zone, or from spring to frost in colder regions. The flowers are mildly fragrant in the evening. The densely borne leaves are dark green and spoon-shaped with toothed edges, appearing densely on the short branching stems.

Fanflower likes full sun and...

Image of Scaevola aemula

Jesse Saylor

(Fanflower, Scaevola)

White Fan fanflower is a low,, bushy, spreading, tender evergreen perennial native to southern and eastern Australia. Copious clusters of bright white flowers - shaped like Japanese fans - appear year round within its hardiness zone, or from spring to frost in colder regions. Unlike other white-blooming selections, the blossoms of 'White Fan' are boldly displayed, not partially hidden by the foliage. The flowers are mildly fragrant in the evening. The densely borne leaves are dark green and spoon-shaped...

Image of Scaevola

Jessie Keith

(Fanflower, Scaevola)

Image of Scaevola (BOMBAY SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Fanflower, Scaevola)

(Fanflower, Scaevola)

(Fanflower, Scaevola)