Registered by Ed Schulz of Iowa in 2009, this
slow growing, small size (10 inches high by 20 inches
is of unidentified parentage. The blue-green foliage is
moderately corrugated, ovate, slightly cupped and has a
glaucous bloom on top. Tubular flowers bloom on scapes
10 to 12 inches tall.
According to the registration materials: "...excellent substance; holds color until frost..."
An article in
Hosta Journal, (2017 Vol. 48 No 1), says that the Ohh! stands for Old Home Hostas.