‘Edewecht Belle’

Corolla pink (H9), campanulate (bell-shaped) to conical so broadening gradually towards lobes (not constricted in middle); IV-XI; leaves with hairs along the margins and on the under-rolled sides; terminal hair usually with gland at tip; bushy, vigorous shrub; when not pruned to 0.5m tall. Like 'Edewecht Blush', but distinguished most easily by the dark red pedicels being noticeably pubescent with minute, straight hairs (without glands) mixed with shorter, gland-tipped hairs.

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.