Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Chameleon Plant in Bloom

Ok, in my last post I wrote about how the Chameleon plant is invasive, hard to get rid of and an overall headache. Since then, the plant has bloomed for me in my garden. I still stand by my previous thoughts on the plant, however, I will admit that it does look rather pretty, en masse, in bloom:

Here's a close-up of the flower. Its rather insignificant and doesn't have a fragrance, but is still pretty against the green leaves.


  1. Chameleon plant is like periwinkle, goutweed, sweet woodruff - so pretty until it decides to take over your gardening world! Glad you let us see how it looks in bloom, though - it's dainty and delicate!

  2. Wow, it is so tall. I do like the look of the flowers, but not enough to want to keep it. This will not do in my front bed. Maybe in the back by the shed, but not up front and center. I want to see my Annabelles, etc. Thanks for posting.


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