Scaevola calendulacea known as the dune fan-flower, is a small shrub found on sand dunes in eastern and southern Australia. It was first described in 1798 by Henry Charles Andrews as Goodenia calendulacea, but in 1917 was assigned to the genus, Scaevola, by George Claridge Druce

  • Full sun
  • Local to Sydney on sandy soil, beach
  • Edible berry – light purple
  • Groundcover for sandy soil
  • Drought tolerant

Dune Flower - Scaevola Calendulacea