‘Edewecht Blush’

Flowers colourless but appearing pink (“blushing”) when young due to colour of immature stamens inside; flower-stalks usually entirely without hairs; IV-XI; foliage bright green; leaves scattered, almost spirally arranged or in pairs or in “disarticulated” whorls of 3 or 4; linear, with parallel sides, to 6.5mm long, 0.5mm wide; sulcate; with a few, scattered microscopic hairs on the margins; apex pointed, with spicules (microscopic hairs); bushy, vigorous shrub, to 0.5m tall.

The cultivar names are derived from Edewecht, the name of the town in northern Germany where Kurt Kramer lives and where he raised these seedlings.