Kovalcsik of Michigan, this cultivar which was registered in
an open pollinated hybrid of H. 'Big
Zach'. It is a medium size hosta about 17 inches
high by 44 inches in diameter with an upright form. This
intensely blue-green hosta has foliage that is slightly
rippled, broadly ovate, slightly corrugated and comes to
a sharp tip with deeply impressed veins. As the season
progresses, the leaves will turn to dark green in color.
Medium lavender flowers with a white interior bloom in
July on scapes 28 to 30 inches tall which have
greenish-yellow bracts. Blooms are followed by viable
seeds in intensely blue-green pods.
Notable characteristics were listed as: "Impressive and
sturdy leaves of heavenly blue make this a stand-out in
the garden. "Shamayim Mayim" is Hebrew meaning