Scaevola aemula (Cultivated- California)

Scaevola aemula R. Br., Prodr. 584. 1810 as per GRIN ;
Scaevola aemula R.Br. (Unresolved), Prodr. Fl. Nov. Holl. 584 1810. (Syn: Merkusia aemula de Vriese (Unresolved); Merkusia sinuata de Vriese (Unresolved)) as per The Plant List Ver.1.1'Mauve%20Clusters'-California-1.jpg?part=0.1&view=1&vt=ANaJVrGUtyQRRcPn0r7on-LJaFS87QpxkVWcSTbLcp7cF7K9U6ViT5Sj-1aGTyaUH_xuGDZIQ73p7sqqW-pv1Qqz0AspQJVFtNJRmZytnJSrdDmPuE0TVqg'Mauve%20Clusters'-California-2.jpg?part=0.2&view=1&vt=ANaJVrFEDmXzkjYXbdti06nTRmZN-2XbnyRM9yjFkO_e9k-9AH8SHc7r0Nry8bZXN7AYxz677DH8IrC8kqtIV9DuWA4Qhj2dPKv8BhyTbJpf_BOPAbXAZGw
Another Half-flower from California: Scaevola aemula 'Mauve Clusters';   Scaevola aemula R. Br. 'Mauve Clusters' Family Goodeniaceae 
Common name: Fairy Fan Flower, Fan flower, Half-flower
A spreading plant native of Australia used as ground cover with deep green leaves and mauve-pink fan-shaped flowers, commonly grown in California.
This cultivar is perhaps even more popular in Florida than in California. Seems to tolerate summer rainfall quite well.
Seen in the garden during my visit in October, 2018.
Scaevola Species?

Other recipients:
I guess correct sp. Thank you. Saroj Kasaju
I guess correct sp.

What are the listed species in their site?

I have not come across any site with the plant list in their garden.
Only the Orchid Column, where there are mainly Orchids and a few plants from the Conservatory.