Scaevolas are also known as Fan flower, fairy fan flower, and half flower because each bloom has only five petals (thus the common name “half flower”), the flowers grow in clusters around the stems, creating whorls of color.
The flower’s special attributes are that they are drought and heat tolerant once established.
Flowers are self-cleaning, making deadheading unnecessary.
Attracts butterflies, bees, and other pollinating insects.
Few pest or disease problems.
Check soil moisture and lightly water when the top soil is dry.
Full and part sun