Hosta x 'Guacamole'
Hosta Guacamole has chartreuse edges on textured, heart shaped leaves that do best in part to full shade.
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Compared to some of its other hosta cousins, Guacamole has a chartreuse edge and white flowers. Plants are easy in almost all soils and grow in part to full shade. Large, textured heart shaped leaves emerge from a central root base. Plants flower continuously all season and hold their foliage until frost. 18-24 inch tall and 36 to 45 inches wide. Very showy in filtered sun to full shade – delicate white flowers stand above the striped foliage. A dark outer edge gives Hosta Guacamole permanent shading and structure, allowing the foliage to really pop in shady spots. The broadly veined leaves sit up off the ground and gracefully arc towards the earth with bicolor beauty. Hosta Guacamole is a medium size hosta, growing about 2 feet tall and 2 to 3 feet wide. This graceful hosta lends a middle height and size to any shade garden or location lightly dappled with sun. Small white flowers appear in a stalk above the plant for the duration of the summer.