The American Hosta Grower's Association named this big beauty, Guacamole, its Hosta of the Year for 2002. The honor was well earned. This is one of the few available hostas with flowers so intensely fragrant there's no need to seek out the scent; it finds you. The leaves are large, well-rounded and shiny chartreuse green with a pronounced blue edge. A hands-down winner.
Guacamole hosta, plantain lily, funkiaBotanical Name:
Light shade, will thrive unattended in dry shade once establishedHardiness:
18-20" high, 26-28" wideColor:
Chartreuse leaves with blue edges, intensely fragrant white flowersBloom Season:
Late summerBulb/Plant Size:
robust 2/3 eye bare root hostaNumber: