The American Peony Society
The History of the Peonies and their Originations p. 93
SIR WALTER SCOTT - Double - Rose, shading pink - Midseason.
SIR WILFRID LAURIER (Kelway) - Double - Crimson - Midseason.
SISTER MARGARET (Cooper-Wild & Son, 1953) - Double - White - Early Midseason. Medium height. Large pure white, full double. Stems strong. Good substance. Lasts well as a cut flower It was shown at Topeka, Kansas in 1942 under seedling No. 23. Bulletin 132.
SISTERS ANNIE (Brand, 1907) - Double - Pink - Midseason. Shell pink, diffused deep rose. Vigorous. M. List in Bulletin 130.
SISTIE (Auten, 1933) - Double - Light Pink to White - Late. Strong rose fragrance. High built light pink fading to white. Bulletin 54. List in Bulletin 91.
SITKA (Auten, 1945) - Jap. - White. Tall. Pure white outer petals, center petaloids are broader than in the others and are a very rich yellow. This is carried in stately fashion above low foliage. Auten 1955 catalog and letter.
SKI-PEN-CUE (Mr. Peyton says this is just an error) Spelled in Manual - SHI-PEN-KUE. Entered with others by Cottage Gardens at the 35th Annual Exhibition of the American Peony Society, Lansing, Michigan, on June 18-19, 1938. Bulletin 72, page 38.
SKYLARK (Saunders, 1942) -. Single - Pink - Hybrid. High-held single blossoms of clear bright rose pink. Albiflora x lobata. Lists in Bulletins 91 and 129. Saunders catalog, 1955 and letter.
SKY PILOT (Auten, 1939) - Jap. - Pink. Tall. Deep pink Jap, with all yellow center slightly flushed pink. Very large bloom, on extra tall stems. Bulletin 80.
SKY QUEEN (Auten, 1956) - Single - Red - Early - Hybrid. Tall. A very dark red single. Carpels green tipped red, filaments red. Medium size. Stiff stems. Officinalis x albiflora. Letter from Mr. Auten, 1956. Auten's catalog 1956.
SLEEPY HOLLOW (Auten, 1935) - Single - White - Early. Tall. Large, early white single, opening blush. Makes a fine effect and lasts a long time. Bulletin 61.
SMILES (Nieuwenhuizen, 1935) - Double - Pink - Midseason to Late. Tall. A very large flower, stem tall and erect, not needing support. Outside petals light mauve with a regular collar of yellow petaloids, darker at the base. Center petals broad and of the same color. Very full and double. Bulletin 61.
SMILING SANDRA (Franklin) - Double. List in Bulletin 91.
SMOKY JOE (Auten, 1950) - Semi-Double - Red - Hybrid. Tall. Black red. An enormous black red on tall stiff stems. Blooms are loose petalled and some are to ragged. Good ones superb and worth waiting for. Officinalis x albiflora. List in Bulletin 129. Auten's 1955 catalog.
SMOUTHI (France, 1845) - Single - Red - Hybrid. Fragrant. Sold also under the following names: anomala, anomala Smouthi, and laciniata. Albiflora x tenuifolia. Lists in Bulletin 91.
SNOWBALL (Franklin, 1933) - Double - White -Midseason. Seedling No. X-5 selected 1925. Full rose type, pure white, medium size with lots of substance. Good multiplier and sure bloomer. Bulletin 53.
SNOWBALL (Hollis, 1907) - Double - White - DISCARDED - Midseason.
SNOW BOUND (Auten, 1931) - Single - White - DISCARDED. Bulletin 47 - List in 91.
SNOW BROOK (Kelsey, 1936) - Double - Flesh-White. Slightly fragrant. A symmetrical dome of clean, neatly arranged petals. It is big if you measure it in any way, particularly in height. Makes a spot in your garden that you will return to time and again. List in Bulletin 109.
SNOW CAP (Auten, 1955) - Double - White - Very Early. A very early white double with slight yellow cast, a spotless bloom. Beautiful clean foliage. Auten's 1955 catalog.
SNOW CLOUD (Hoogendoorn, 1949) - Double - White - Early. Height 3'. Flowers large (10") double, ivory white, slightly tinted rose on opening, base of petals empire yellow (HCC 601/3), foliage normal green. An outstanding variety. D.E.W.C. of M. Bulletin 115.
SNOW CREAM (Kelway, 1926) - Double - White - Midseason.
SNOW DRIFT (Wallace) - Jap. - White - Midseason.
SNOWFLAKE (Introduced by Prof. Saunders, but not his origination) (May be Kelway's) - Jap. -White - Midseason. Very fine white, staminodes yellow. One of the finest of its type. List in Bulletin 91.
SNOW MOUNTAIN (Bigger, 1946) - Double - White - Midseason. Tall. Seedling No. 22-37. Strong stemmed, bomb type double, opening light creamy pink, fading white. The bloom grows into a high mountain of snow white petals. Foliage medium dark green, clean and healthy Buds open without trouble. Plant and flower similar to that of Mons. Jules Elie with the exception of color. Bulletin 104.
SNOW RIM (Andrews, 1923) - DISCARDED - Single to semi-double - White - Late Midseason. Pure paper white, three or four rows of broad petals with center of yellow stamens and carmine red stigmas. Slightly incurved. Profule bloomer. Bulletin 22 - List in 91.
SNOW SPRITE (Auten, 1930) - Single - White. Barely more than dwarf. Of heavy substance both in petals and the mass of deep yellow stamens. Makes a wonderful specimen plant and have been most enthusiastically received. Bulletin 43. List in Bulletin 61.
SNOW WHEEL (Origin unknown) - Jap. - White - Midseason. Dwarf. Unpleasant odor. Large. Regular, cupped guards of pure white, slightly fluted at base; rather small, deep yellow center; staminodes shaded with golden buff; carpels pale yellow-green with rose-pink tips and kernels at base; stocky; floriferous; stiff stems. Large, crinkled foliage. M.
SNOW WHITE (Little, 1939) - Double - White - Midseason. Very tall. Medium sized pure white. List in Bulletin 91.
SNOWY COLES (Kelway) - Double - White - Midseason.
SOLANGE (Lemoine, 1907) - Double - Buff or buff-white - Late. Medium height. Unpleasant fragrance, very faint. Double type, large. Compact, globular form, opening slowly and not acquiring full development for several days; cream-white, with a suffusion of buff and pale salmon-pink, very faint, unpleasant fragrance. Moderately floriferous, stems and foliage of average quality, dark green with reddish green veins. A favorite variety of unusual tint about which peony writers have become enthusiastic. The form of the bud is cramped and tight and lacks grace. Its great merit is its color. M.