Use: As the name implies, this variety has avocado green, veined foliage with darker green margins. Forms large, dense clumps and in late summer, 3-foot-tall flower stalks emerge, bearing fragrant, lily-like white blooms.Remember that deer love hostas, so if you have a herd of deer that visits on a regular basis, it is best not to tempt them with hostas. They make beautiful container plants for a shady patio, porch, etc.or line a wooded path with hostas, ferns, coral bells, etc for a natural woodland look.
Prepare the planting area well with organic matter. A few hours of morning sun is fine but avoid hot, intense afternoon sun, especially in the south. (This is a general rule for all hostas)