Scaevola gaudichaudiana facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsScaevola gaudichaudiana
Scaevola ciliata G.Don
It was first described by Adelbert von Chamisso in 1832 in the journal Linnaea and was given the specific epithet, gaudichaudiana, to honour Charles Gaudichaud-Beaupré.
Scaevola gaudichaudiana flowers all year round and its flowers are fragrant, white, and tubular. Flowering is followed by small purple fruits. The margins of the leaves are toothed.
It grows in wet forest and open areas from about altitudes of 555 feet (169 m) to over 2,600 feet (790 m).
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