Scaevola L.

Corolla lobes ± equal, spreading like a fan, no stellate hairs present Scaevola
Flowers conspicuously pedunculate, in racemes or thyrses
Corolla 18–25 mm long, purplish to blue; the lobes with broad marginal wings. Peduncles sometimes with more than 1 flower; bracteoles linear. Ascending, rather straggling plants, scabrous, with few branches. Leaves linear to lanceolate, sessile, 20–50 mm long. Widespread. Heath and DSF. Sandy soils. Fl. most of the year Scaevola ramosissima
Corolla 3–5 mm long, blue to whitish. Peduncles 1-flowered. Bracteoles elliptic to oblong, 4–6 mm long. Leaves obovate to lanceolate or spathulate, irregularly toothed, 5–12 mm long. Prostrate, creeping, hirsute perennial rooting at the nodes. Blue Mts Damp places on sandy soils. Fl. summer Scaevola hookeri