Houttuynia Cordata / Fish Mint / Fish Wort/ Fish Leaf/ Rainbow Plant /Chameleon
Fish mint (Houttuynia cordata) is a perennial plant native to Southeast Asia, China, Korea and Japan.
Other Names -Bishop’s Weed, Chinese Lizard Tail, Fish Wort, Fish Leaf, Rainbow Plant and Chameleon Plant.
It’s not a member of the mint family. it does spread like mint.
Produces Small white flowers appear in early summer.
Leaves are used in Asian cooking fresh as a garnish, in salads, and in fresh spring rolls.
Water plant- keep in a pond, dam or pot without drainage.
It will grow fine in your garden as long as you keep it well-watered.
Plant in full sun or partial shade.
The plants grow to 30-60cm in height with a spread of 60cm
Plant Sizes: 50mm tube stock
All items are posted on a Monday Express post, with Australia Post. If Monday is a public holiday they will be sent the Tuesday or the following Monday depending on the destination. We aim to deliver healthy and happy plants :)