John Kulpa of Michigan in 1994, this cultivar is the result
of a cross between H. 'Kevin
H. plantaginea. It forms a medium size
(17 inches high) mound of ovate shaped, slightly
corrugated foliage of average substance. The clump
has pure white, fragrant flowers from late July into
The Hostapedia by
Mark Zilis (2009), "The variegation
pattern on 'Seventh Heaven' is highly variable,
often sporting to white-edged or white-centered
forms. Still, many collectors have been able to
maintain the true, streaked cultivar. Also, its
fragrant, white flowers are some of the largest for
a hosta other than H. plantaginea."
In an article in
Hosta Journal (2016 Vol. 47 No 2), the author
described this plant's flowers as having a "Strong"
fragrance compared to other hostas.