Blue is one of the most treasured colors in the garden and right now the new Surdiva scaevola is performing like the champion it is. If you have not tried scaevola yet, you are missing one of the best introductions in the last dozen years.
Known botanically as Scaevola aemula, this Australian workhorse is a must for those hot summer flowerbeds where everything else starts to fade by mid-July. The Surdiva series is rugged, compact and beautiful. It also keeps producing flowers on top while those old selections seem to always reach that state where they bloomed were only on the outer tips.
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