Single white fringed flowers with a faint green eye. Very fragrant. Plants make nice compact clumps.
Awarded the RHS 'Award of Merit Garden' in 1946.
Some confusion exists as to whether this pink was Raised by C. T. Musgrave in 1936 or whether it has in fact been around since 1730 as a similar plant appears in a painting of that date. Either way, it is a super single pink.
Common name(s): Pink; Gillyflower
Synonyms: 'Avalon'; 'Charles Musgrave'; 'Green Eye'; 'Tiverton'; 'Washfield'