The American Peony Society
The History of the Peonies and their Originations p. 34
GENERAL de BOISDEFFRE (Crousse, 1896) - Double - Ruby-magenta - DISCARDED - M.
GENERAL DODDS (Crousse, 1893) - Double - Red - DISCARDED - M.
GENERAL DOUGLAS MacARTHUR (Rosenfield, 1942) - Semi-Double - Pink. Large beautifully formed, semi-rose type of clear light pink. Plant, strong, tall grower and good bloomer. Blossoms somewhat loosely formed with very small stamens at center of flower. No stamens intermingled with petals. Bulletin 87.
GENERAL GARCIA - Exhibited by Brand Peony Farms, Bulletin 54, page 12.
GENERAL GORGAS (Van Leeuwen, 1924) - Semi-Double - White - Midseason. Pleasing fragrance. Large, loose, white flowers, distinctly shaded to rose-pink at the center with stamens intermingled throughout the collar; guard petals are well differentiated and flushed and streaked with red; the center-band petals are conspicuously marked crimson. M.
GENERAL GRANT (Terry) - Double - Solferino-Red - DISCARDED - M.
GENERAL HOOKER (Terry, 1905) - Double - Crimson - DISCARDED - M.
GENERAL JOFFRE (Kelway, 1915) - Double - Rose - M.
GENERAL MacMAHON - See Marechal MacMahon - Double - Van Leeuwen List.
GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE (Brand, 1928) - Double - White - Bulletin 33.
GENERAL SCHOFIELD (Terry) - Double - Pink - M.
GENERAL WOLFE (Kelway) - Single - Deep Rose - M.
GENE STRATTON-PORTER (Rosenfield, 1925) - Double - White. Tall, Cup shaped with fine incurving petals growing shorter toward the center much like MILTON HILL. Color absolutely immaculate white without tints or markings. Perfect rose type without stamens or carpels. Vigorous grower, stately, upright and free blooming. Foliage clean, light green. Bulletin 26. Lists in Bulletins 60 and 91. M.
GENEVIEVE (Lemoine, 1925) - Double - White. A very large creamy white with strong tall stems somewhat bending, blooming very late when it condescends to bloom at all. It is a great pity that so many glorious flowers like this one are so unreliable in blooming. List in Bulletin 60.
GENE WILD (Cooper-Wild & Son, 1956) - Double - Pink - Midseason. Full double, medium pink over white or medium to light pink. Good stems, opens well and lasts long. Excellent garden and show flower. Cooper #6. Bulletin 140.
GEORGE ALEXANDER (Kelway, 1909-10) - Single - Maroon - M.
GEORGE B. SOWERBY - Probably same as G. B. Sowerby - M.
GEORGE H. HART (Gumm, 1935) - Double - White - Late Midseason. List in Bulletin 91.
GEORGE HOLLIS (Hollis, 1907) - Double - Rose-Lilac - M.
GEORGE J. NICHOLIS (Nicholis, 1948) - Double - White - Late. Tall. MARIE CROUSSE x LADY ALEXANDRA DUFF. Cream white with strong amber underglow, deepest at center. Color similar to that of Solange and George W. Peyton. Wide petals. Perfect rose shape. Huge refined blooms. Strong stems. Robust and floriferous. Waxy substance. Late. Bulletin 112
GEORGE CUVIER (Verdier, 1860) Syn. ANDRE LAURIES Fragrans. - Double - Pink - DISCARDED - M.
GEORGE S. MORRILL (Murawska, 1946) - Double - Red - Midseason. More blue red. Vivid showy red. 1955 Price list and letter from Murawska. Wassenberg spells it Morrell.
GEORGES TRYON (Origin unknown) Probably GEORGE W. TRYON. Double - Pink - M.
GEORGETTE (Wettengel, 1924) - Jap. - Violaceous Pink - M.
GEORGE WASHINGTON (Hollis, 1904) - Double - Crimson - DISCARDED - M.
GEORGE W. PEYTON (Nicholis, 1938) - Double - Pale Buff - Midseason. Medium height. Slight but pleasant fragrance. Large double of rose shape with very wide petals of lasting substance. Pale buff with a definite and persistent suffusion of pink, deepening to the center. Exactly the color of Solange except that the pronounced flush of pink gives the flower more life. Strong stems. Vigorous and floriferous. Seedling from LADY ALEXANDRA DUFF. Bulletin 73.
GEORGE W. TRYON (Richardson) - Double - Light Rose - M.
GEORGIA MONTAGUE - Shown by R. A. Napier, Rockford, Illinois, 1946. Bulletin 102, page 20.
GEORGIANA SHAYLOR (Shaylor, 1908) - Double - Pink - Midseason. Medium height. Sweet but strong fragrance. Very large. Light rose-pink, paler on backs of petals, vivid crimson marks on a ring of short petals around center. Floriferous; good stems and foliage. Unusually broad petals of heavy texture and uneven length but well placed. Generally considered exceptionally good for both garden decoration and cutting. M.
GERALDINE (Kelway) - Jap. - Carmine-Violet - M.
GERMAINE (Origin unknown) - Jap. - Red - M.
GERAMINE BIGOT (Dessert, 1902) - Double - Lilac Rose - Midseason. Medium height. Odor like chrysanthemums. Large. Light rose-pink, loosely formed, showing stamens which blacken quickly; it develops a crown slowly and irregularly showing flesh-pink tints and prominent crimson edges; floriferous; strong stems. Very good foliage. A dependable peony for general utility. The flowers are irregular but their worst fault is the discoloration of the stamens. M.
GERTRUDE (Origin unknown) - Jap. - Rose - M.
GERTRUDE GIBSON (Rosenfield, 1939) - Double - White - Late. Medium height. White with a suggestion of lemon yellow upon first opening. Perfect rose type somewhat suggestive of a huge Frau Karl Druschki rose. Clean healthy foliage well distributed along the stem and which retains its fresh green color well into the fall of the year. Bulletin 76.
GETTYSBURG (Hollis, 1909) - Double - Red - M.
G. F. HEMERIK - See MR. G. F. HEMERIK. Listed in this way in Guille catalog.
GIANT (Kelway) - Double - Pink. 1930 Wild catalog; deep pink of large size. Very gorgeous and showy. M.
GIANT DAISY (Richmond) - Single - White - Midseason. White with a tinge of blush. Richmond's 1952 catalog and 1955 list.