and Bernie Diesen of Nebraska registered this fast growing
sport of H. 'Guacamole' in 1998. Forms a large size
(24 inches high by 50 inches wide) mound of convexly cupped,
slightly corrugated foliage. It bears fragrant, pale lavender flowers
from mid-August into September.
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "...distinguishes itself from
'Guacamole' by its much wider margins."
In an article in
Hosta Journal (2016 Vol. 47 No 2), the author
described this plant's flowers as having a "Strong" fragrance
compared to other hostas.
An article by
Warren I. Pollack in
Hosta Journal (2020 Vol. 51 No. 1) titled
Doppelgänger Hostas: Fancy Name
for Look-alike Hostas, included a long list of hostas which various hostaphiles, published
articles or other sources have indicated "look" the
same. Some of these are, in fact, the same plant with
two or more different names. Others are hostas that vary
in some minor trait which is not immediately discernable
to the casual observer such as seasonal color variations, bloom traits, ploidy, etc. So, as Warren
mentions, hostaphiles may differ as to the plants listed
but then, their opinions are based on visual observations and interpretations.