Hosta 'Peter Ruh'
 

A reversed tissue culture sport of H. 'Paul's Glory', this hosta was registered by Mark Zilis of Illinois and Q&Z Nursery in 1999. It forms a large size (24 inches high) mound that has gold margins and green centered foliage. The flowers are pale lavender and appear from mid-July into August.

According to The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "I named this cultivar to honor my good friend, Peter Ruh of Ohio, who has long been a leader in the world of hostas.".

Similar cultivars include H. 'Glory Hallelujah'.

Oops! Sure looks as if the green plant below is labeled as H. 'Peter Ruh'. Unfortunately, the actual 'Peter Ruh' is the one shown above. So, don't always believe the labels even at The American Hosta Society Hosta Display Gardens. - Mr PGC

 
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