Bob Solberg registered
this large (24 inches high) cultivar in 1994. It is a sport of H. 'Fragrant
Bouquet' so it has fragrant flowers but does not set many seed pods.
foliage has a chartreuse colored center that turns brighter as the season
progresses. It has better than average substance and is moderately wavy. The
flowers are pale lavender and bloom in mid-August to September.
According to Zilis (2000),
"The gold center becomes brighter during the season, and even more so with 1-2
hours of morning sunlight..."
The Hostapedia by
(2009), states that this cultivar "...continues to increase
in popularity due to its attractive foliage, fragrant flowers, and fast growth
rate. In fact, 'Guacamole' and its sports would be an excellent starter
collection for those new to hostas."
has appeared several times in the Popularity Poll
by members of The American Hosta Society. It was the 2002 "Hosta of the Year" by the
American Hosta Growers Association.