Registered in 2009 by
Mark Zilis of Illinois,
this cultivar is a cross between H. 'Dorothy Benedict' × H. 'Swoosh'. The semi-upright mound grows
into a large size hosta about 20 inches high with
a spread of 41 inches. Its leaves have a glaucous bloom on top
and bottom. They are slightly wavy, slightly corrugated and are
broadly ovate with a cordate base. Its tubular flowers bloom
from mid-July into August.
Cuyahoga is a river in northern Ohio which was once known for
catching fire since it was so polluted. Implementation of clean
water laws have since greatly improved its water quality.