This is a variegated form of the 'Orange Peel Plant', so called as the leaves give off the scent of orange peel when crushed. The Harlequin, or Chameleon, plant is grown for it's wonderful foliage, leaves are variegated in green, yellow and red. It is an excellent plant for the garden; growing to only about 15 cm in height, it compliments taller species, or adds an eye-catching splash of colour along a border or wall bed. Small white flowers are produced in summer. Spreads by runners. Prefers moist soil and benefits from mulch in winter. As a pond plant it can be grown in moist soil at the ponside or in zone 2 as a marginal plant, adding colour and interest to pond planting.