The American Peony Society
The History of the Peonies and their Originations p. 4
AMALIA (Goos & Koenemann) - Double - Rose - Midseason.
AMANDA YALE (Brand, 1907) - Double - Flesh White - Midseason. Tall. Moderate fragrance. Pale flesh-white, darker on the guards, which are cupped at first and irregularly reflexed later; collar of shredded petals and stamens, later developing an irregular crown of long, crimson-striped petals surrounded by a belt of shorter ones heavily edged with crimson; very floriferous, stems usually strong; foliage good. Large.
AMA-NO-SODE (Japan) - Japanese - Pink - Midseason. Medium height. Poor fragrance. Very large. The flower has not more than two rows of long, wide-spread petals of rose-pink forming a saucer-like cup about an immense center of long, yellow staminodes with flattened, crinkled tips stained with rose; carpels green with yellowish tips and white kernels at the base. Vigorous growth; very floriferous; strong stems. Good foliage.
AMARANTHUS (Brant) - Red - #100 Bulletin, Page 8.
AMAZEMENT (Brethour) - Red. A very showy peony in brilliant light rosy red, loosely built. Bulletin 73, Page 24.
AMAZONE (Lemoine, 1899) - Double - Rosy White - DISCARDED. Midseason.
AMBERGLOW (Thurlows & Stranger, 1951) - Double - Flesh Pink - Late. Medium Height. Strong upright stems of medium height bearing dark green leaves which have a peculiar fluted effect. The bud is delicate pink and the flower globular, flesh pink with salmon lights. Opens well and is noticeable for its delicate coloring and crisp freshness. Bulletin 122, Page 7.
A. M. BRAND (Brand, 1941) - Double - White - Late. White tinted pink blush. Very fine form and color. Lists in Bulletins 91 & 130.
AMBROISE VERSCHAFFELT (Parmentier, 1850) - Double - Crimson - DISCARDED - Midseason.
AMELIA (Kelsey, 1938) - Single - Red. Tall. 36". Albiflora x officinalis. This is the only hybrid peony Mr. Kelsey originated. Color a deep rich red. 3" cluster of bright yellow stamens surrounded by cream color carpels. 5 ½" bloom. Striking and beautiful. Strong stems. Light green foliage. Blooming date late in May. List in Bulletins 91 & 109.
AMELIA ROBBINS (Lewis, 1921) - Double - Rose - Midseason.
AMERICAN BEAUTY - Double - Rose-Red - Midseason. See LEWIS' AMERICAN BEAUTY.
AMERICAN LEGION (Murawska, 1932) - Double - Rose Pink - Very Early. Medium height. Medium sized, dark green foliage. Comes in bloom several days before Richard Carvel. Main color rose pink, with petals splashed with red and white. Bulletin 51.
AMERICAN QUEEN (Neeley, 1936) - Double - White. Tall. Ivory white, flat flower. Good. List in Bulletin 91.
AMI RAOUL DUVAL (Doriat, 1936) - Single. Velvety purple, silvery piping. List in Bulletin 91.
AMITIE (Kelway, 1926) - Rosy Peach - Single - Midseason.
AMITY (Saunders, 1929) - Single - Rose Pink. Albiflora x Otto Froebel. List Bulletins 91 & 129.
A. M. KELWAY (Origin unknown) - Single - Rose - Midseason.
AMOSKEAG (Guppy, 1935) - Single - White. Bulletin 60.
A. M. SLOCUM (Franklin, 1920) - Double - Pale Pink - Late. Dwarf plant. Moderate bitter odor. A variable large flower, opening pale rose-pink and showing a ring of prominent stamens; center light, almost white, and spreading open in a hollow cup-like fashion, disclosing stamens and carpels in the extreme center; floriferous; wiry stems; foliage narrow, light green. Midseason.
ANACONDA (Rosefield) - Japanese - Pink - Rosefield list, 1954.
ANDRE GENSDARMES (Doriat & Son & Debatene, 1935) - Double - White. Large cupped white with golden stamens. List in Bulletin 91.
ANDRE LAURIES (Crousse, 1881) - Double - Pink - DISCARDED. Syns. GEORGE CUVIER, FRAGRANS . Mid-season.
ANDRE PENSDARMES - Likely a mis-print of ANDRE GENSDARMES. Bulletin 110, page 15.
ANDREW JACKSON DAVIS (Brand, 1907) - Double - Red - Early, Tall, Strong stems. List in Bulletin 130. Midseason.
ANDREW MEUGLIG - Double - Dark Pink - Early. Mr. Alexander's List.
ANDY (Auten, 1936) - S-Double - Red - E-Midseason. Medium to dark in color. It is a good grower and a heavy producer of flowers. Bulletin 65.
ANEMONEFLORA RUBRA (Delache, 1854) - Double - Reddish Crimson - DISCARDED - Midseason.
ANETTE CARSON (Risk, 1929) - Double - Pink and White - Late. Tall. Somewhat fragrant. Double type, very large. Outer petals blush pink, creamy white center. Tall, good foliage and stems and a free bloomer. Bulletin 39.
ANGELA (Blacklock) - Double - Flesh Pink - Late. Fragrant. Large soft flowers of delicate flesh pink on opening with a flush of lemon at the heart. Strong, upright growth, free flowering. List in Bulletin 93.
ANGELICA (Saunders, 1950) - DISCARDED. List in Bulletin 129.
ANGELO COBB FREEBORN (Freeborn, 1943) - Double - Red - Midseason. Tall. Unusual coral-red carried on tall stems with clean foliage. Lasts a long time, giving vivid color to the garden. Mrs. Freeborn describes it "shrimp pink". Officinalis x albiflora. Bulletin 91. Albiflora x officinalis. List in Bulletin 91. List in Bulletin 129.
ANGELUS (Auten, 1933) - Single - White - Midseason. Medium height. White opening creamy flesh. Stiff stems. Very distinct. Bulletin 54.
ANGEL WINGS (Brant, 1939) - Double - White - Midseason to late. Tall. Color, ivory white, center tea-tinted as it opens. Large, loose flat type when fully opened. Stem strong; good texture, waxy in appearance. Opens well. Bulletin 60.
ANNABESSA COOK (Guppy, 1935) - Japanese - White - Bulletin 60.
ANNA M. SMITH (Bockstoce, 1935) - Single - Red - Early. Albiflora x officinalis. Letter from Mr. Bockstoce, 1955, says early. List in Bulletins 91 and 129.