This heat and drought tolerant plant is an evergreen perennial, often grown as . Scaevola aemula , commonly called fan flower or fairy fan flower, is native to Australia. More commonly known as fairy fanflower, . From Latin, scaevus, on the left side, referring to the flowers which have petals arranged to one side – fan shaped. This plant grows best with full sun for most of the day This plant requires or will tolerate shade during the heat of the day Once established this .
Learn how to grow fan flower or scaevola annuals in the garden in this article. Dale Chihuly has said that he enjoys displaying his art in botanical gardens because . Blomsterfarge: Fiolett, lilla, rosa, hvit. Excellent for summer baskets and containers, particularly when mixed with other trailing varieties such as Petunia and Sutera. Throughout summer, this spreading, perennial ground cover bears fan-shaped bright blue flowers with white centres.
It is ideal for planting in hanging baskets . This compact plant has hanging growth habit, elongate green foliage and big, deep blue flower clusters. Instea this durable Australian native takes .
Hardfør hengeplante med blå blomster. The following other s use this file: Usage on ceb. DESCRIPTION: Compact native ground cover featuring vibrant purple blue fan shaped flowers spring through . The Scaevola Bombay Dark Blue is commonly referred to as the Fan Plant.
It produces green foliage and adorns itself with deep blue fan shaped blooms. Pronounciation: Skee-VO-luh EM-yoo-luh. Family: Goodeniaceae Origin: Australia. Simply Riveting, Australian Blue Fan Flower Scaevola Aemula. Beautiful fan shaped flowers all summer long.
All five petals are on one side of the bloom . Join the Club to Manage Your Garden. Mealycup Sage Scaevola Aemula Fancy Goodeniaceae. Dark violet-blue fan-shaped half flowers bloom from early spring through fall.
Habitat, It is easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Prefers light filtered or dappled sun. Click on an image to enlarge it . Common-Fan-Flower- Scaevola – Aemula -T.