Scaevola crassifolia

Thick-leaved fan-flower

Size

1.0m

Flower Colour

blue

Flowering Dates

January, November, December

Best Seasons

winter, spring


Description

Scaevola crassifolia is arguable the most common coastal Scaevola seen around Perth. With time it can spread considerably so does need a bit of space, although generally it will not grow any higher than 1.5 metres. The butterfly attracting flowers are a striking blue/mauve and produced from late winter into spring. Scaevola crassifolia is also distinguished by its thick, sticky and strongly scented Leaves during summer.

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