Answer: Your chameleon (Houttuynia cordata) cutting will grow roots either in a glass of water or in moist soil. This plant can be quite invasive so be careful where you plant it! The roots travel down to about 2' and out as far as you will allow. New shoots can emerge anywhere from the roots so the plant tends to overtake a large area. If you plant it in the ground, be aware that it can spread quite a distance from the original plant.
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