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Scaevola 'Aussie Salute'

It has multiple uses including pots, border planting, hanging baskets and as a ground cover in the garden.

It grows well in full sun and can tolerate a little bit of shade. Plant in a well drained garden bed or pot using premium potting mix, ensuring you use a mulch to retain some moisture in the soil.

Scientific nameScaevola 'Aussie Salute'
EtymologyGenus: Latin, scaevola, little hand. Referring to the dried flowers supposedly resembling a withered hand.
DescriptionThis is a small dome-shaped plant to 40 cm with upright lime green foliage and mauve fan flowers.
Flowering/fruitingFlowers in spring and summer.
Location in gardenYou can find this in the annual beds in front of the Connections Garden and also at Lakeside and the Big Idea Garden.
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