*We currently are not growing this item, but feel free to peruse the information.
Guacamole (Yum!) Hosta has corrugated leaves that are a medium green with a slightly darker, thin margin. Though the name sounds tasty, I doubt that this Guacamole tastes very good. In midsummer they sprout white to light lavender trumpet-shaped flowers on tall sturdy stems high above the plant. Hostas are extremely popular, hardy herbaceous perennials grown primarily for their beautiful foliage. They are easy to grow, shade-tolerant plants. The plants are low maintenance. Hostas originally came from Japan, China, and Korea. They were first introduced to Europe in the late 1700s and then came to the United States in the middle 1800s.
Spacing: Plant 30″ apart.
Height: Grows 18″ to 20″ tall.
How To Grow: Plant in part to full shade.
Outstanding Features: The flowers on Guacamole Hostas are fragrant unlike some other Hostas whose flowers aren’t fragrant, just pretty.
Tips: Hostas go dormant in the winter. Old foliage can be removed any time before spring.
Uses: Garden Bed, Containers, Borders, Landscapes