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Very impressed with the cherry trees recieved in perfect condition.planted as per instructions.I would like advice, as now I have got them I am told I will never have cherries as the birds always get there first.As the trees max height is 8ft is there some way I can protect them and when is it the beast time to offer this protection. I would be grateful for your advice. Webmasters Reply: Here on the nursery we have found hanging old cd's in the tree the most effective method of control; these must be in place from approximately mid March until after the fruit has been harvested.
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Very impressed with the cherry trees recieved in perfect condition.planted as per instructions.I would like advice, as now I have got them I am told I will never have cherries as the birds always get there first.As the trees max height is 8ft is there some way I can protect them and when is it the beast time to offer this protection. I would be grateful for your advice. Webmasters Reply: Here on the nursery we have found hanging old cd's in the tree the most effective method of control; these must be in place from approximately mid March until after the fruit has been harvested.
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Chameleon Plant

Image of houttuynia cordata chameleon
Image of houttuynia cordata chameleon
Image of Houttuynia cordata Chameleon

Houttuynia cordata 'Chameleon'

  • Bright green leaves become overlaid with shades of cream and red.
  • Masses of white flowers mid summer.
  • Tolerates both very wet and very dry soils.
  • A lovely ground cover plant.

Supplied as a pot grown plant.

Available from approximately May 2018

1 or more £4.95GBPGBP
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This really is a beautiful plant that produces large ivy like leaves with a most pungent scent when squeezed - a vague likeness to tangerine and sandalwood. The bright green leaves become overlaid with creamy-yellow, then splashed pinky-red which mature to lovely shades of crimson red. As if this were not pretty enough, this is then topped by pretty white flowers.

Spreading by stolons it is a most attractive for pond side planting and grows well in boggy soil - but also can be classed as completely drought tolerant!

Herbaceous in habit, come the first frosts the plant dies back to nothing - only to re-appear the following spring.

  • Flower July to September.
  • Grow to approximately 8" - 12" (20 - 30 cm) tall.
  • Thrives in all aspects from full sun to shade.
  • Happy to grow in dry or moist (to the point of being boggy) soils.
  • For mass planting, plant 18" (45 cm) apart.
  • In some soil types this plant may prove invasive.
Available from approximately May 2018

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How To...

How To Plant Out Ornamentals
Detailed advice on how to plant out ornamentals, including information on recommended planting distances.

General Information

What's A Compost Block Grown Plant?
Information on the size of the compost blocks that Victoriana grow their plants in - and what you can expect to receive.

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https://www.victoriananursery.co.uk/Chameleon_Plant/