Guacamole Hosta Plant. Guacamole is now my favorite hosta. Hostas are hardy garden perennials that grow back year after year.
Tall (60 cm) and spreads over time to 51 in. Flower form clusters of 1.5 bell shaped flowers. Suggested planting locations and garden types.
This Hosta Is Hardy In Usda Zones 3 To 8.
From dwarf to tall hosta's. Click to shop our premium hosta collection Hostas are primarily prized for their colorful foliage, so some gardeners choose to cut back the bloom stalks in order to encourage foliage growth.
It Is A Sport Of H.
Huge, glossy, apple green leaves are surrounded by streaked, dark green leaf margins just like an avocado. The guacamole hosta can range from one to three feet wide depending on the size of the plant you get. Propagate by division in late summer or early spring.
Hosta Guacamole Fully Grows And Develops In A Shaded Area.
Light to full shade is perfect for this hosta. 24 inches tall by 54 inches wide. Like most hostas, guacamole grows well in moist soils and in areas of a full to mostly shade.
Large, Pale Lavender Flowers On Scapes 85Cm (34In) Tall.
Hostas are hardy garden perennials that grow back year after year. Very much brightens the garden. Vigorous mound of attractive foliage and fragrant flowers.
This Hosta May Have You Craving Mexican Food When It's All Done!
Growing points or 'eyes' should be at or just. Guacamole has large, round, chartreuse leaves with irregular dark green edges and deep veins. Large flower stalks with white lavender blooms release a soft, sweet fragrance.