Scaevola - Knowledgebase Question

Stowe, VT
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Question by Obrienoslo
April 27, 1998
Can Scaevola be grown from seeds? If not, how do you take cuttings?

Answer from NGA
April 27, 1998
Scaevola is an evergreen ground cover or rock garden plant from Australia. It forms mats 4"-6" inches tall, 3'-5' feet across. Plants are usually started from root division, not from seed. When your plant reaches a reasonable size, you can divide it, taking roots and some stem in each division. Do this in the spring and space your new plants about 3' feet apart.

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