January, November, December
Scaevola crassifolia is arguable the most common coastal Scaevola seen around Perth. With time it can spread considerably so does need a bit of space, although generally it will not grow any higher than 1.5 metres. The butterfly attracting flowers are a striking blue/mauve and produced from late winter into spring. Scaevola crassifolia is also distinguished by its thick, sticky and strongly scented Leaves during summer.
Cottesloe, Cottesloe Ridges, Karrakatta, Quindalup
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