'guacamole' Walters Gardens, Inc.

Hostas for N. Texas : The Hosta Guacamole is one of those rare and hard to find fragrant hostas. Most Hostas have little to no scent but this one has a very strong fragrance and very large white flowers

hosta guacamole; fragrant; light and dark green leaves; 18"-20" tall, 26"-28" spread

Guacamole Hosta chartreuse-gold center with a dark green margin. Folded, has some substance. This is the reverse variegated sport of H.' Descendant from the fragrant species H. Hosta of the Year in

'guacamole' hosta, fastest growing and easiest to grow in sun and shade...

Hosta 'Guacamole': full shade to part sun, white flower, mounding form. (data from this grower does NOT equal what I read before.

Hosta 'Guacamole'

The Hosta Guacamole is one of those rare and hard to find fragrant hostas. Most Hostas have little to no scent but this one has a very strong fragrance and very large white flowers. All fragrant Hostas are from the Hosta plantaginea line. This Hosta plant

Hosta Guacamole   (Full Shade)                                         Fragrant white flowers over avocado-green leaves

Hosta Guacamole (Funkia, Plantain Lily)

Hosta Guacamole: Fragrant white flowers over avocado-green leaves. Might be good in the front yard.lots of shade!

Hosta Guacamole

Hosta Guacamole

Full Sun Tolerance PotentialRecommendations) Yellow Hosta: August Moon, Gold Regal, Golden Sculpture Rising Sun, Squash Casserole, Sum and Substance, Sun Power Yellow Variegated Hosta: Gold Standard, Inniswood, Regal Splendor, Sundance Fragrant Hosta: H. plantaginea, Aphrodite, Fragrant Bouquet, Fried Green Tomatoes', Guacamole, Honeybells, Invincible', Royal Standard, Summer Fragrance, So Sweet, Sugar & Cream White Variegated Hosta: H. undulata Albomarginata, Francee, Minuteman, Patriot

Which Hostas Can Grow in the Sun?

Hostas are called 'shade-tolerant', but some need time in the sun to look their best. Here are some tips for finding the right hosta for your site.

1. Siebold's hosta (Hosta sieboldii) 2. Variegated bishop's weed (Aegopodium podagraria 'Variegatum') 3. 'August Moon' hosta (Hosta 'August Moon') 4. Common ladybells (Adenophora confusa) 5. Variegated Solomon's seal (Polygonatum odoratum 'Variegatum') 6. 'Blue Cadet' hosta (Hosta 'Blue Cadet') 7. 'Guacamole' hosta (Hosta 'Guacamole') 8. Masterwort (Astrantia major) 9. 'Aureola' Japanese forest grass (Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola', ) 10. Yellow wax-bells (Kirengeshoma palmata)

This design is a little busy for my taste but does include various hostas and Japanese forest grass;

Hosta Guacamole - more of these in the yard please

Hosta Guacamole (Funkia, Plantain Lily)

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