The American Peony Society
The History of the Peonies and their Originations p. 70
MRS. HARRY A. NORTON (Norton, 1939) - Semi-Double - Red - Midseason. Medium height. Semi-rose type, medium size. Free flowering. Petals of brilliant cochineal carmine. (No. 116 French Color Chart) lighter toward center. Interspersed with golden stamens. Bulletin 76.
MRS. HARRY F. LITTLE (Little, 1936) - Double - Blush - Late. Tall. Full rose type. One of the most beautiful. Does well everywhere. List in Bulletin 91.
MRS. HELEN F. ROOKER (Millet) - Single - Pink. A charmer in a beautiful shade of pink. Bulletin 54, page 30.
MRS. HENRY KALLE (Nieuwenhuyzen, 1918) See Mrs. J. H. Kalle. Double - Pink - Late - M.
MRS. H. L. SMITH (Brand, 1940) - Double - White. Lists in Bulletins 91 and 130.
MRS. HOBART M. CABLE (Crawford, 1922) - Jap. - Light Crimson - Midseason.
MRS. JAMES KELWAY (Kelway, 1926) - Double - White - Late. Immense blooms of snow-white. A florified Kelway's Glorious. M.
MRS. JAMES WHEELER - Cherry-Rose. A flower of great refinement and of a pigment rich and indescribable in tone. Bulletin 53, page 5.
MRS. JENNIE R. GOWDY (Brand, 1920) - Double - Pink - Midseason. White peppered red, giving pink effect. Spreading growth. List in Bulletin 130. M.
MRS. J. F. ROSENFIELD (Rosenfield, 1934) - Double - White - Early. Tall. Rose type. A broad petaled, extra fine, well formed, large white flower on tall, erect stems. A strong grower and profuse early bloomer. Bulletin 56.
MRS. J. H. KALLE (Nieuwenhuyzen, 1918) Sometimes called MRS. HENRY KALLE. Double - Lavender-pink - Late. Exhibited as a seedling at the National Peony Show held in Peoria, 111. Miss Myrtle Gentry's letter, Sept., 1955.
MRS. J. H. NEELEY (Neeley, 1931) - Formerly LULA A. NEELEY. Double - White - Late. Delicate blush over ivory, white with pleasing underlay of lake, the base of each petal tinted green, their whole, lighting up the heart of the flower most beautifully. Bulletin 49,
MRS. J. H. PERKINS (Good & Reese, 1930) - Double - Pale Flesh-White. Bulletin 91.
MRS. JOHN M. GOOD (Good S Reese, 1929) - Double - White - Late. Tall. Pure white, flat flower. Bulletin 38.
MRS. JOHN M. KLEITSCH (Brand, 1925) - Double - Violet-Rose. Medium tall. Flower light violet-rose, with cupped center. Strong growth. M.
MRS. JOHN M. LEWIS (Lewis, 1920) - Double - Red - Midseason. Medium tall. Faintly sweet scented. Medium size. Dark crimson with blackish sheen, very symmetrical form expanding to big, globular flowers. Robust habit; fairly floriferous; twisted upright stems. Foliage broad, lathery, and dark. When good it is excellent, but frequently it is weak in the collar and irregular. The color is very clean, lacking the objectionable blue tint, although there are lavender streaks on the midrib at the back of each petal. M.
MRS. JOHN SMYTHE FOGG (Hollis, 1907) - Double - Pink - Midseason. Stems long. Large. Develops a high crown with incurved petals, guards pale rose-pink; collar lighter. Growth strong. Free-bloomer; good medium green foliage, rather coarse. M.
MRS. JULIA E. GOODWIN (Freeborn, 1928) - Semi-Double - Pink. Fragrant. Very deep pink, lighter margins. Base yellow. Seedling of Eugene Bigot. Holds color in heat. Loose rose type. Very thrifty, dark green foliage. Stems strong. Carpels pale green, tipped with shade of pink as petals. Stamens numerous and visible. Bulletin 3F
MRS. JULIA WARD HOWE - Syn. JULIA WARD HOWE. Double - Pink suffused white. M.
MRS. J. V. EDLUND (Ediund, 1929) - Double - White - Very Late. Klehm lists it midseason. Tall. Fragrant. Long stiff stems and dark green foliage. Very large pure white flowers, finely formed, with waxy broad petals without a trace of any other color. "A seedling of A. B. Franklin's introduced by Mr. Edlund." Mabel L. Franklin. Bulletin 39.
MRS. KENNETH KELWAY (Kelway, 1923-25) Double - Pink - Midseason.
MRS. KEY (Terry) - Single - Crimson - Midseason.
MRS. LAURA COATES REED (Hollis) - Single - Purple-Garnet - Midseascp.
MRS. LAWRENCE (Roife) - Double - Pink. A pink of similar shade to Blanche King. Bulletin 73, page 24.
MRS. LEE POLLOCK (Brand, 1943) Syn. MRS. LEE W. POLLOCK. Double - Pink - Late Midseason. Rich glowing medium rose pink, deeper markings. Beautiful rose form. Lists in Bulletins 91 and 130.
MRS. L. E. MAY - Name changed to MILDRED MAY. Bulletin 92.
MRS. LIVINGSTON FARRAND (Nicholls, 1935) - Double - Pink - Late Midseason. 44". (MARIE CROUSSE adventitious. No. 129) Large, flattened rose shape. Brilliant pink of great purity, quite unlike any other. Of good substance and texture. Petals of medium width. Stems of satisfactory strength. Grows strongly and increases rapidly. Bulletin 61.
MRS. MAC (Franklin, 1928) - Jap. - Pink - Late. Large light pink of a distinct tone. Upright, strong grower. Very free bloomer. Bulletin 35.
MRS. M. B. BECKETT-(Pleas, 1910) - Double - Pink - M.
MRS. MCKINLEY (Terry) - Single - DISCARDED - Midseason.
MRS. MORGAN LEWIS (Lewis, 1921) - Double - Pink - Midseason.
MRS. M. P. CLOUGH (Shaylor, 1915) - Double - Pink - Midseason. Medium height. Poor fragrance Very large. Pale rose-pink guard-petals, large, cupped, smooth, relaxing with age; collar full and wide, with many well-shaped narrow petals of creamy white, develops a starlike and flat crown, with many petals graduated to a wheel-like center, a little paler than the guard petals, shading to creamy white. Strong growth; free-