The American Peony Society
The History of the Peonies and their Originations p. 67
MODESTE GUERIN (Guerin, 1845) - Double - Pink - Early. Medium height. Rose fragrance. Large. Guards very large and cupped, reflexing as the flower ages; dark rose-pink with a slightly violet tint, much brighter in the center. Strong growth; floriferous; good stems and foliage. An excellent very early sort, but in no way comparable to the later-blooming varieties in form and finish. M.
MOLINE (Auten, 1943) - Double - Light Pink - Very Late. Light pink with creamy casts. List in Bulletin 91.
MOLLY PITCHER (Auten, 1941) - Double - Pale Flesh - Late Midseason. Dwarf plant. Pale flesh of exceptional form. List in Bulletin 91.
MOLLY PRESCOTT (Brand, 1942) - Double - Flesh Pink - Late. Very long broad petals of light bright flesh pink. Large. Lists in Bulletins 91 and 130.
MOLLY STARK (Auten, 1927) - Double - Pink, red, cream. Very early. A very early tri-color, cream white, pink and red splashes, full double, crown type, on old plants developing a high cone with tuft. Stem and plant habit very good. Bulletin 30.
MONS. ADAM MODZELEWSKI (Doriat, 1935) - Double - Velvety red, silver border. List in Bulletin .
MONS. ANDRE (Guerin, 1862) - Double - Purplish pink, salmon center. Midseason.
MONS. AUGUSTE GAUTHIER (Guerin, 1862) - Double - Violet Rose - DISCARDED. Probably same as AUGUSTE GAUTHIER (Dessert & Mechin).
MONS. BARRAL (Calot, 1866) - Double - Pink, shaded lilac - Midseason.
MONS. BASTIEN LEPAGE (Crousse, 1885) - Double - Mauve - DISCARDED Midseason.
MONS. BOUCHARLAT aine (Calot, 1868) - Double - Rose - DISCARDED - Midseason.
MONS. CHARLES LEVEQUE ( ) Syn. MLLE LEONIE
MONS. CALOT. Midseason.
MONS. CHEVREUL (Dessert, 1893) - Double - Pink - DISCARDED - Midseason.
MONS. DAGHTRE (Kelway) - Double - Pink - Midseason.
MONS. de VILLENEUVE (Verdier, 1855) - Double - Red - DISCARDED Midseason.
MONS. DEPONT (Calot, 1872) - Double - White - Late Midseason. Tall. Strong fragrance. Large. White with a yellow glow from buried stamens, and very conspicuous crimson blotches on central petals. Very free-flowering; stiff stems. Excellent foliage. A very distinct sort, of cupped form with a collar composed of tufts of petals arranged in little whorls. Midseason.
MONS. DURUFLE (Origin unknown) - Double - Lilac-Rose - Midseason.
MONS. EUGENE VION (Doriat, 1936) - Double - Nice silvery pink with lilac tints. List Bulletin 91.
MONS. GALLAND (Crousse, 1875) - Double - Rosy magenta - DISCARDED - Midseason.
MONS. JULES ELIE (Crousse, 1888) - Double - Pink - Early. Tall. Moderate fragrance. Very large. Light rose-pink of the dull-opaque quality seen in pink chrysanthemums; broad, smooth guard petals; center incurved and silvered with light grayish pink. Very free-flowering; stems lax and loose. Foliage light green. One of the most popular of all peonies. Its stems are bad for garden use, but it is most effective when cut. M.
MONS. KRELAGE (Crousse, 1883) -Double - Amaranth. 1930 Wild catalog: Large, compact, semi-rose type. Bright amaranth. Medium tall, strong, upright, free bloomer. Especially fine bud. Midseason.
MONS. MARTIN CAHUZAC (Dessert, 1899) - Double - Red - Early Midseason. Medium height. No fragrance. Large. Maroon-crimson, with a silky, black luster. Free-flowering; erect, stiff stems. Often said to be the darkest peony. It is frequently loosely formed, with many stamens. When good it is very full high-globular flower of much distinction. M.
MONS. PAILLET (Guerin, 1857) - Double - Pink - DISCARDED - Midseason.
MONS. PAUL RISBOURG (Calot, 1869) - Double - Red - DISCARDED - Midseason.
MONT. BLANC (Lemoine, 1899) - Double - White - Early Midseason. Medium height. Noticeable fragrance, but not strong. Very large. Opens white with creamy center, developing almost to a globular form and proceeding to become a large, flattish, cylindrical flower with a faintly pink center and a few very fine red lines on some of the central petals. Floriferous; strong stems but they bend under weight of flowers. Ruddy foliage. A very full, handsome flower of many phases of form. M.
MONTEREY (Auten, 1931) - Jap. - Light Salmon - Midseason. Cerise and golden tints in center. Bulletin 43.
MONTEZUMA (Saunders, 1943) - Single or semi-double. Red - Hybrid. Tall. Bright crimson goblets with two rows of shining rounded petals. Heavy stems. Albiflora x lobata. Lists in Bulletins 91 and 129. Saunders 1955 catalog.
MONTICELLO (Auten, 1931) - Single - White - Midseason - DISCARDED. Pure white on tall graceful stems. Green carpels. Lists in Bryant's Nurseries catalog, 1955. Princeton, 111.
MONTROSE (Andrews, 1932) - Double - Pink - Midseason. Fragrant. Deep pink bomb. Good cut flower. List in Bulletin 91.
MOONBEAM (Kelway) - Double - White, shaded rose - Midseason.
MOONGLOW (Rosefield, 1939) - Double - Yellow-White - Late. Medium tall. Pale yellow shading to deeper yellow at the base of the petals and lighting up the bloom with a glow of molten moonlight. Rose-type of the most perfect form and exquisite refinement. Foliage well distributed and exceptionally clean and healthy. Free-bloomer, theclean buds opening perfectly. The pale yellow of the petals fades to white upon opening, especially in bright sunlight but the glow of moonlight thru the flower remains. Bulletin 76.
MOONGLOW (Sass, 1937) - Bulletin 69.
MOONLIGHT (Kelway) - Single - Silvery White - Midseason.
MOONLIGHT MIST (Neeley, 1930) - Now LETO. List in Bulletin 91.