❁ Lilac-pink (H11) flowers, IX–XI; dark green foliage turning bronze in winter; height 16–20cm; spread 26–30cm. Good double, much under–rated. More disease resistant than most of the double pink Callunas.
Wild-collected; found by J. W. Dyce on Winterton Dunes, Norfolk, England, on 19 September 1971 while leading a party from the British Pteridological Society; propagated and introduced by Foxhollow Nursery, Windlesham, Surrey.
Named after J. W. Dyce who was a leading member and honorary secretary of the British Pteridological Society.