The American Peony Society
The History of the Peonies and their Originations p. 39
HARRIET BEECHER STOWE (Hollis-Anderson) - Double - White. Name changed to CLARA ANDERSON . M.
HARRIET CORY (Lyman, 1940) - Jap. (Anemone) - Rose. Fragrant. Deep rose or rose red guards broad and somewhat notched; full ball of fine tubular petaloids, irregular in shape and size; white and yellow tipped. May have stamenode influence. Unusual and lovely. Bulletin 81.
HARRIET FARNSLEY (Brand, 1907) - Double - Pink - Late. Light flesh pink. Not dependable. M. and list in Bulletin 130.
HARRIET J. NEELEY (Neeley, 1936) - Double - Red Pink - Midseason. Very large deep uniform rose pink. This color is evidently so near red that many consider it a red flower. List in Bulletin 91.
HARRIET OLNEY (Brand, 1920) - Single - Pink - Midseason. Medium height. Very large, soft rose color with center of yellow stamens. Straight stems, holding flower erect. Distinct color. A fine landscape variety. M.
HARRY A. NORTON (Norton, 1939) - Double - Crimson - Late. Medium height. Double type, medium to large, late, very dark crimson. Holds color well. Good keeper. Bulletin 76.
HARRY F. LITTLE (Nicholls, 1933) - Double - White - Very Late. Medium height. Large rose type. Color, white with a hint of flesh tint. Stems very strong. Substance particularly good. The barely perceptible tint gives it life, Bulletin 55.
HARRY L. BURDEN (Neeley, 1930-1931) - Double - Pink - Midseason. Light rose pink that is much admired. Very good form with strong stems, with the added inherent quality of being a free bloomer. Wild catalog gives 1930. 1931 in List in Bulletin 91.
HARRY L. RICHARD - Probably same as HARRY L. RICHARDSON. Double - Red - Late. A very good bright crimson with pleasing fragrance. 1955 Bryant Nursery, Princeton, Illinois.
HARRY L. RICHARDSON (Rosenfield, 1925) - Double - Red - Very Late. Fragrant. Clear, deep bright red, blooming with Richardson's RUBRA SUPERBA, which variety it resembles except that it is a free bloomer and very fragrant. M. Registered in Bulletin 26, as originated by Rosenfield, but everywhere else it is credited to Rosenfield.
HARRY L. SMITH (Smith-Krekler, 1953) - Double - Dark Red - Late Midseason. Tall. The color and flower is similar to MONS. MARTIN CAHUZAC though taller and later. It has good stems and medium sized flower. Bulletin 130.
HARRY MOORE (Franklin, 1928) - Double - Pink - Midseason. Very large rose type deep pink. Strong stiff stems. Bulletin 35.
HARRY W. CLAYBAUGH (Franklin, 1940) - Double - Extra large deep pink. List in Bulletin 91.
HART P. DANKS (Germann) - Single - Rose - M.
HARVARD CRIMSON (G. N. Smith, 1928) - Semi-Double - Red - Midseason. Medium height. Pleasant odor. Opens a rich Harvard crimson color, changing to rosy crimson with age. The petals are nearly all of a length, smooth and of great substance. A few golden stamens in the center add much to the beauty of the flower. The large bloom is carried erect on stiff stems. Dark green leaves and a strong, pleasant odor. Much brighter than Longfellow. Bulletin 37.
HARVEST MOON (Kelsey, 1936) - Jap. - White - Midseason. Similar to SHAYLOR'S SUNBURST. Cupped white guards and yellow staminodes. It closely resembles ISANI GIDUI with the exception that the cluster of staminodes of HARVEST MOON are more compact. Blooms at the same time as ISANI GIDUI . Lists in Bulletins 91 and 109.
HATSU GARASHU (Japan) - Jap. - Red. Deep maroon, immense Jap of great beauty. Smirnow's 1955 catalog.
HATSUGI (Unknown) - Wassenberg catalog, 1954. - Jap. - Dark Red - Midseason.
HATSUEGI (Unknown) ... manual. - M. - Wassenberg 1954 catalog.
HATSU HIKARI (Japan) - Jap. - Pink. Medium pink, shaded cherry red, immense Jap, beautiful. Smirnow's 1955 catalog.
HATSU-TORI - Syn. Jeanne. Japanese - Pink - M.
HATTIE BAKER (Wright, 1935) - Double - Red - Late Midseason. Fully double medium red. List in Bulletin 91.
HAWA (Millet) - Jap. - Red, Silvered-edged. M.
HAZELDEN (Little) - Double - Pink - Late Midseason. Medium dark pink with good stems and comes into bloom late midseason. Brand catalog, 1955.
HAZEL KINNEY (Brand, 1925) - Double - Pink - Midseason. Medium height. Large. Light flesh-pink, with broad petals symmetrically arranged. Light green foliage. M. - Bulletin.
HEART OF KNOX (Auten, 1939) - Jap. - Red. Tall. Small novelty Jap, brilliant, odd shade, for table decoration. Bulletin 80.
HEART'S ALLURE (Neeley, 1936) - Named changed to ALLURE . List in Bulletin 91.
HEART'S DELIGHT (Neeley) - Light Pink. Bulletin 106, page 22.
HEART'S IDOL (Neeley, 1936) - Double - White - Midseason. Ivory white, very full center. List in Bulletin 91.
HEBE (Terry) - Double - Lilac Rose - DISCARDED - M.
HEIMBURG (Goos & Koenemann) - Double - Red - Cherry Red. By typographical error in Bulletin it was written HEINBURG.
HELEN (Thurlow, 1922) - Single - Pink - Early. Tall. Double row of broad, round, dark shell-pink petals with a mass of golden stamens in center. Erect stems. Dark green foliage. Usually one of the first Chinese peonies to bloom. M.
HELENA (Guille, 1952) - Double - White - Very Early. A very fine, fully double, pure white and the earliest of all our list. Clean healthy foliage and good grower. Exceptionally good. Guille 1955 catalog and letter.
HELENA (Origin unknown) - Double - White, straw center. M.
HELENA LESLIE (Barr) - Double - White, primrose center. M.
HELEN DANCER (Dancer, 1935) - Single - Pink-Cream - Very Early - Hybrid. Medium height. Medium sized flowers, cream-pink or rosy cafe-au-lait guard petals. Crimson red stamens at base with yellow pollen bearing anthers. Gray carpels, tipped red. Strong stems. Foliage resembling officinalis but better. Blooms earlier than tenuifolia. Very healthy. Origin uncertain. "Probably officinalis x albiflora" says Mrs. Dancer. Bulletin 90.