|Originator(s)||Jane & Bernie Diesen 1998|
|Size category||medium - large|
|Plant height x width||60x125 cm (24x49 in.)|
|Leaf length x width||25x20 cm (10x8 in.)|
|Leaf color||greenish-yellow,dark green edge|
|Leaf||folded, shiny, bovate rounded|
|Scape height||100 cm (39 in.)|
|Flower length||9 cm (3.5 in.)|
|Flowering period||July - August - September|
|Info||H. 'Avacado'? No!|
To die for [C. Seaver].
Fast Growth rate. Greenish yellow with a 2" wide, flat dark green margin.
Very shiny on top and underneath, moderately folded.
A very interesting wide dark green margined sport of our own 'Guacamole'. The plant appears somewhat blacker in color and seems to have more substance. Large clump; light lavender fragrant flowers in June and August.
Very nice sport of H. 'Guacamole', dark green margin is quite wide and surrounds a narrow gold center. Overall appearance of the plant is a lot darker than its parent and the leaves seem to be somewhat thicker. Vigorous grower that makes a nice clump in no time and will be topped with pale lavender flowers that are fragrant.
This is the original sport of 'Guacamole' with a narrow center, not 'Holy Molé'. Take H. 'Guacamole' and shrink the center down to a narrow, about 1" streak, and you have 'Holy Molé' or 'Avocado'. Both of these Hostas have a very dark edge that, on its own, is slower growing than 'Guacamole'.
Heat tolerance, shiny leaves, and large white, fragrant flowers. This one will sell well.