Scaevola aemula R. Br., Prodr. 584. 1810 as per GRIN ;
Scaevola aemula R.Br. (Unresolved), Prodr. Fl. Nov. Holl. 584 1810. (Syn: Merkusia aemula de Vriese (Unresolved); Merkusia sinuata de Vriese (Unresolved)) as per The Plant List Ver.1.1 ;

Another Half-flower from California: Scaevola aemula ‘Mauve Clusters’;
Scaevola aemula R. Br. ‘Mauve Clusters’ Family Goodeniaceae
Common name: Fairy Fan Flower, Fan flower, Half-flower
A spreading plant native of Australia used as ground cover with deep green leaves and mauve-pink fan-shaped flowers, commonly grown in California.

This cultivar is perhaps even more popular in Florida than in California. Seems to tolerate summer rainfall quite well.


Garden Plant for ID : Atlanta Botanical Garden : Atlanta : 21JUN20 : AK-31 : 7 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)
Seen in the garden during my visit in October, 2018.
Scaevola Species?

I guess correct sp.

What are the listed species in their site?

I have not come across any site with the plant list in their garden.
Only the Orchid Column, where there are mainly Orchids and a few plants from the Conservatory. 


Scaevola aemula ‘Whirlwind white’ from California-05102021-3: 2 high res. images.
Scaevola aemula ‘Whirlwind white’, cultivar with white fan-shaped flowers.
Photographed from Farmers Market, Fremont, California, 19-4-2014.


Scaevola aemula from Niagara Falls, Canada-GS03052022-2: 5 very high res. images.
Scaevola aemula photographed from near Niagara Falls, Canada, 6-8-2019