Bob Solberg of Green Hill Farm in North Carolina registered this
tissue culture sport of H. 'Guacamole' in 1994. It forms a
large size hosta about 23
inch high mound with a spread of about 50 inches. The leaves are
moderately wavy and the plant bears fragrant, pale lavender
flowers in mid-August.
An article about H. 'Fragrant Bouquet' by Warren I. Pollock in
Hosta Journal (1996 Vol. 27 No. 1) states that, "Three
sports have been found by
Bob Solberg...H. 'Guacamole' has glossy yellowy
chartreuse leaves with a margin somewhat like the color of guacamole. Flowers
are fragrant...Another sport is 'Fried Bananas'. It is not variegated. The
leaves are shiny yellowy chartreuse. Flowers are fragrant. Solberg says 'Fried
Bananas' is good with 'Guacamole'...The third is 'Fried Green Tomatoes'; it's
another non-variegated sport having tomato-green foliage. The leaves are frosted
in spring and very shiny in summer. Flowers are fragrant also...All three are
fast growers. They do best given some direct sun."
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.