‘Mickkle-Dickkle’

Flowers lavender; IX-XIl; foliage "scruffy with knots of tightly packed foliage, disorganised, lumpy and obviously a dwarf."  Richard Ide [Dick] wrote: "A wildling we rescued high on one of Cornish hills ... We carried him
home and planted him by the edge of the crazy path among our self-sown [Calluna]. He responded by throwing out some slender new growth.We think he is quite a character, and have potted him up and will bring him in for the winter. Will take cuttings next year.” This plant was propagated by John Hall in 2012.

® C.2012:05 registered on 30 October 2012 by Mike Ide, Fleet, Hampshire GU51 4HG.