Houttuynia Cordata Chameleon


Striking red/yellow/green variegated leaves and single small creamy white flowers.


Houttuynia Cordata Chameleon grows from a bindweed type of root system, but roots remain shallow, so are not difficult to control.  Tolerates shade.

Top tip: No problem in a planting crate in the pond, but with its scrambling growth can be invasive if let loose in the garden.

Flowers: Sweet little white flowers produced amidst stunning heart-shaped, red/dark green/buttery yellow foliage.

Height: 5-15cm

Propagation: Division.

Depth of water over the soil: 0 -10cm

Planting: Plant into 5lt planting crate using heavy garden loam or Westland Aquatic Soil.