This fast growing
cultivar of unidentified parentage was registered by Ed Schulz of Iowa in 2011. It is a
large size hosta about 26 inches high
by 42 inches wide with intensely blue-green foliage. The
leaves are slightly rippled, moderately wavy, broadly
ovate, lightly cupped and moderately corrugated. Near white flowers
with light lavender streaking in the middle interior
petals bloom from
June into July followed by viable seeds.
to an article in
Hosta Journal, (2017 Vol. 48 No 1),
the Ohh! stands for Old Home Hostas.