The# Chameleon plant changes color, thus the name. You can also bring it indoors for a houseplant. Small appear from July to August, but sometimes hard to see because of its foliage. Being similar in shape to English Ivy, it features boldl
The strip on the left is under planted with grape hyacinths. This row contains hosta, phlox, iris, rudbeckia, chameleon plant, columbine, Russian sage, spring bulbs, allium, perennial geranium, and more, capped off on the far end by a columnar apple tree.