An old Pink with deep carmine pink flowers, heavily fringed, with a deeper pink eye. Forms a good clump and flowers well.
This is a famous pink originating from Montrose House in about 1720. It was later rediscovered in the village of Cockenzie in 1730 and given the new name.
Sometimes called Montrose Pink after it's original home.
Early to flower and scented.
Common name(s): The Montrose Pink; Gillyflower
Synonym: Dianthus 'Cockenzie Pink'