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Crispula or crispula?

Hi again hosta people,

Harry Abel and I are still working on labels for my hostas....trying to get 
done before this coming Saturday when the Northern Wisconsin Hosta Soc comes 
through.  Tonight's questioni is....

is it H. 'Crispula' or H. crispula.....a cultivar or species?  (I am finding 
conflicting info)

Thank you,
Cindy Johnson
White Bear Lake, MN
zone 4a

p.s.  BTW, Harry designed and has just about finished a small woodland stream 
down a hill in my back yard that is soooo wonderful....full of moss and 
rocks, "downed" logs making little pools, and of course hostas, amidst native 
wildflowers and ferns.  What a pleasure to sit and listen to the water gurgle 
and splash its way down through the little falls and slopes to the pool 
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