In 2000, Peter Ruh of Ohio registered
this sport of H. 'Northern Halo'. A 20 inch high and 40 inch
wide plant, it bears near white flowers in mid-June.
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "...differs from 'Northern Halo'
only by its misted, green and white margin, but just that makes
this cultivar worth including in any collection."
An article about H. 'Allegan Fog' by Warren I. Pollock in
Hosta Journal (2002 Vol. 33 No. 2) states that, "This hosta is an introduction of Ken Herrema of Englerth Nursery in Hopkins,
Michigan. 'Allegan Fog' is named after Allegan County where this nursery is
located. Other hostas from this nursery, started by the late
also have Allegan in their names. In 2000,
Peter Ruh...registered three hostas
for Ken Herrema: 'Allegan Fog', 'Allegan Emperor' and 'Allegan Gent'."
H. 'American Mohican Halo' is a similar cultivar.