The American Peony Society
The History of the Peonies and their Originations p. 26
ELLEN FOSTER (Brand, 1937) - Double - Pink - Late Midseason. Flesh pink flushed lavender. Broad deep petals. Lists in Bulletins 91 and 130,
ELLEN WILDER (Guppy, 1926) - Single - Salmon - Hybrid. Two rows of petals. Stamens have white filaments and pale yellow anthers. Pistils have white stigmas and light green styles and ovaries. Foliage light green. Pastel shades. Albiflora x officinalis. Bulletin 92.
ELMA (Kelsey, 1936) - Jap. - Pink to white - Early. Pale pink changing to white. Guards very shapely, cupped and crimped. Staminodes long and yellow, the striking characteristic of this Jap is the cupped-shaped guard petals which retain their shape until the bloom fades and the petals fall. The coloring is delicate. 1955 Wild catalog.
ELMER J. WRIGHT (Auten, 1929) - Single - Red - DISCARDED. Bulletin 39. List in Bulletin 91.
ELNA (Sass, 1941) - Double - Pink - Midseason. Tall. Double, rose type. Tall grower, good bloomer of'large blooms. A bright pink, near Walter Faxon. Bulletin 83.
ELOISE (Auten, 1934) - Double - Light Pink - Late. Medium height. Rose fragrance. Large full double globular flower of creamy light pink. Good stems. A flower of charm and refinement. List in Bulletin 61. Bulletin 58.
ELORA (Brown, 1949) - Double - White. Fragrant. Very large double white with a few faint markings of crimson on some of the petals. The flower is fragrant and is held erect on strong steins. Robust plant. Date of introduction from Mr. Brown's letter, 1955. Brown's Peony Gardens, 1955. Bulletin 125, page 25.
ELSA SASS (H. P. Sass, 1930) - Double - White - Late. Medium tall. A Gold Medal variety, very worthy of the distinction. Full double rather dwarf growing. A lovely white, veiled pink Stems stiff and strong, holding the beautiful bloom erect under all conditions. A true rose form with large petals throughout. Possesses a taxture like velvet and shows remarkable class. Bulletin 43.
ELVIRA (Guille, ) - Bulletin 125, page 24.
ELWOOD PLEAS (Pleas, 1900) - Double - Pink - Late or Midseason. Medium height. Fragrance not notable. Large. Flowers flat, with many crinkled petals symmetrically arranged, pale rose-pink changing to light flesh-pink in center. Fairly floriferous; stiff stems. Good, close-set foliage. An eveni- colored flower about the same shade as Therese, sometimes streaked with rose on outer petals. Not always reliable in growth and blooming, but considered very fine in favorable seasons. M.
ELYSIUM (Saunders, 1950) - Single - Blush - Hybrid. Albiflora x macrophylla. Second generation. List in Bulletin 129. Miss Saunder's letter, 1955.
EMALINE (Wolfe, 1931) - Double - Blush - Early Midseason. Tall. Pleasing fragrance. Guard petals open a blush pink which color extends to the lower part of the flower. As it opens, the guard petals almost entirely disappear, leaving a rather round-shaped flower. There is quite a distinct shade of yellow that lights up the main part of the flower. Petals are loosely formed and will measure about 6". The buds all seem to come perfect. Dark green foliage. Bulletins 47 and 57.
EMANUEL (Origin unknown) - Double - Red - M.
EMBLEM (Saunders, 1941) - Single - Red - Hybrid. Single deep lusterless red of fine substance. Albiflora x officinalis. Lists in Bulletins 91 and 129. Miss Saunder's letter, 1955.
EMELIE (Origin unknown) - Jap. Brick red - M.
EMILE HOSTE (Origin doubtful) - SUPPRESSED. Probably Syn. BOULE de NEIGE. - M.
EMILY (Kelway) - Single - Pink - DISCARDED - M.
EMILY D. PROCTOR (Freeborn. 1947) - Jap. - Pink - Early. 30" high. Seedling of PICO . An old rose Japanese type flower with well cupped petals, medium size. Staminodes pale yellow, tipped paler yellow. Carpels pale green, tipped pink. Staminode filaments delicate yellow. Another form, not petaloid. Disc, lobes irregular, small, white. Plants and stems strong and erect. Foliage broader than Pico's, showing Jap. waviness. Bulletin 111
EMMA (Origin unknown) - Jap. - Pink. Lilac deep pink, two rows of perfect, round, rose-cream petals. M.
EMMA (Terry, 1903) - Double - White - M.
EMMA KLEHM (Klehm, 1951) - Double - Dark Pink - Very; hte. Semi-dwarf. Large glowing, very dark pink double, blooming very late. Growth semi-dwarf with foliage to the ground. Bulletin 122.
EMMA LEWIS (Lewis, 1923) - Double - Pink - M.
EMMA MACK (Brand, 1936) - Double - White - Midseason. Rich ivory white. Lists in Bulletins 91 and 130.
EMMCHEN (Goos & Koenemann, 1919) - Double - White - M.
EMMY SWAN (Saunders, 1932) - Double - Light Pink. Fragrant. Outer petals light pink, center yellow splashed crimson. Unusual coloring. List in Bulletin 91.
EMPEREUR NICHOLAS (Crousse, 1897) - Double - Red - DISCARDED - M.
EMPEROR OF RUSSIA (See DELACHEI) - Double - Red - DISCARDED.
EMPEROR WILLIAM - Double - Red - Midseason. Tall. Full and large. 1948 Wild catalog.
EMPRESS EUGENIE (Kelway) - Double - Rose - M.
EMPRESS OF BRITAIN (Norton, 1931) - Double - White - Late. Extra large, double white. Flowers of good substance; strong grower. Bulletin 47.
EMPRESS OF INDIA (Kelway, 1912) - Double - White and Pink. M.
EMPRESS OF RUSSIA (Kelway) Double - Red. Bright clear cerise. Bulletin 53, page 8.
EMY (Berneche, 1924) - Single - Red - M.
ENCHANTERESSE (Lemoine, 1903) - Double - White - Very Late. Tall. Fragrance, faint. Very large. White, with lemon tints in collar and crimson wire edges to a few center petals, outside petals tinged with green. Floriferous; strong stems. Good foliage. Technically double type, but globular. Color delicate and translucent. Blooms so late that it frequently fails to open well; a show flower. M.