Scaevola frutescens loosely rounded to spreading shrub is a robust grower that is commonly 3 to 10 feet tall with an equal spread. They form a rounded clump where they have been planted along the beaches of south Florida. It has fleshy, bright green leaves that are densely clustered at the tips of the branches. The inconspicuous, axillary flowers of this shrub are borne in clusters of 5 to 9 and occur throughout the year. The individual flowers are white, fragrant, and comprised of only half of a full corolla. The medium-sized fruits of this shrub are white, pithy berries. Idea for coastal areas of UAE.
Hawaiian Half Flower, Scaevola frutescens, Sea Lettuce, Vahl Beach Naupaka