Mauve Clusters Fan Flower

Scaevola albida 'Mauve Clusters'

An evergreen perennial native to Australia, forming a dense, mounding groundcover of emerald green foliage. Dual-toned, fan-shaped flowers in lilac and mauve bloom abundantly from late spring until the first seasonal frost. These quirky flowers attract butterflies, bees, and other local pollinators, in addition to attracting the attention of any passerby. Makes a charming addition to hanging baskets, or allowed to sprawl as groundcover.


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Mauve Clusters Fan Flower

Scaevola albida 'Mauve Clusters'
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1 gallon, 2" h x 7" w

Deciduous / Evergreen

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