The American Peony Society
The History of the Peonies and their Originations p. 110
AVIS CULLEN (Krekler 1965) B-20. Fairly large midseason intense pink double, average size stems and blush. Bulletin #178 September 1965.
BANDERILLA (Jones 1957 Peru Indiana) Seedling #35. J.M. Black Red. Japanese type, petals black-red with dark center, edged yellow. Bulletin #15 September 1958.
BANDMASTER (Wild 56-100) 8" flowers, large red single 25-27" tall. No white reverse side of petals. Color holds. Medium heavy stems. Profuse bloomer. Bulletin #186 September 1967.
BEA'S CHOICE (M30-63) (RUTH CLAY x SARAH BERNHARDT) First bloomed 1970. Edward Lee Michau, Derby, Kansas, 1975. Strawberry red guards with red and cream center. Cream fades to white. Lactiflora. Double, bomb. No stamens. Had seeds, good substance. Bulletin #216
BECKY (Krekler 1963) D.M. pure white. Seedling #K 156. Double, globular in form, strong stems. Height 30". Named for Mr. Krekler's grandaughter. First class certificate at Kingswood 1963. Bulletin #169 June 1963.
BESSIE (Krekler 1958) D.M. silvery pink seedling # AU-11. Large dense petalled flat double, clear, silvery pink. A few small stamens, no visible pistils. Flowers high above a low wide bush. Bulletin #150 September 1958.
BETTY GROFF (Krekler 1958) J.M. light pink. Seedling Nu. AU-14. Sturdy plant, large clear light pink Japanese flowers. Staminodes pale yellow tipped light pink with cream edges, fades to near white. Bulletin #150 September 1958.
BETTY J (Jones, Peru Indiana 1957) D.M. P. Seedling #26. Large delicate pink, full double. Medium height midseason. Prolific bloomer. Bulletin #150 September 1958.
BIG RED BOOMER SOONER (Wild and Son 1962) Seedling #W 51-2. D.L.M. Red. No parentage given. Large globular (bomb) dark ruby red. Loose ragged appearance on fine stems. Good foliage. Bulletin #164 March 1962.
BIG TOP (Jones, Peru Indiana 1957) D.M.W. Seedling #89.. Majestic double white with tufted center. Tall, late. Bulletin #150 September 1958.
BILL KREKLER (Mains-Krekler 1960) Parentage probably officinalis rosa plena X ALICE HARDING. Double vivid pink. The center is composed of almost Jap type petalodes. The outer guard petals surrounding the center are broad, vivid pink.
BLACK SWAN - Formerly called A. L. Murawska. Seedling of CHOCOLATE SOLDIER X B. Cross X BLACK VELVET X CHOCOLATE SOLDIER. (Note BLACK VELVET originated from B. Cross X CHOCOLATE SOLDIER) 28" height. Deep maroon black. Early midseason. Strong stems with normal hybrid foliage. Registered by A. L. Murawska. Bulletin #188 March 1968.
BLACK VELVET (Murawska 1957) D.M. BR. Seedling No. not given. Parentage CHIPPEWA X MATILDA LEWIS. Velvety black red, dull finish, medium size, globular bloom, three rows guard petals which holds the bomb intact on mature blooms. Stamens few and well hidden. Bulletin #146 September 1957.
BLAZE (Orville W Fay) 62-6 - Parentage BRAVURA x self. 32" height. Hybrid bright red, single, two or three rows of petals. Early, strong plant. Registered by David Reath. Vulcan, Michigan, June 30, 1973, Bulletin 208 December 1973.
BLAZE OF FIRE (Auten 1966) No. 184. E.M.D. Red. Scarlet red hybrid. One row of large petals surround a bomb center. Color similar to DIANA PARKS. Heavy stems. Form similar to ANGELO COBB FREEBORN. Bulletin #179 December 1965. Registered by Gilbert H. Wild & Son, Sarcoxie, Missouri.
BOB KREKLER (Krekler 1965) Jap. Similar to WESTERNER. Bright yellow center. Named for originator's brother. Bulletin #176 March 1965.
BOUNTIFUL (Mains, 1961) E.DR Hybrid. Seedling # R-10. Officinalis X laciflora. Dark red, medium size. Height 32". Blooms late for a hybrid. Large number of stems, forty or more on a mature plant. Bulletin #163 December 1961.
BOWL OF CREAM (Klehm 1963) Full double rose type, cream white. Large size bloom. Hidden golden stamens. Nine and one half inch flowers. 31" tall. Patent applied for. Registered by Charles Klehm & Son Nursery, Arlington Heights, Illinois. Bulletin #168 March 1963.
BRIDE'S DREAM (Krekler 1965) (B-46) Large white Jap, midseason, blooms on 30" stems. Two inch very narrow twisty pointed white petaloids, with wide circle of shorter cream tinted ones beneath. Bulletin #178 September 1965.
BRIDGEND - Registered by J. Franklin Styer. J. Franklin Styer Nurseries, Concordville, Penn. Rose pink, Japanese type, yellow center, average size. Very tall. Robust. Lade mid-season. Bulletin #190 September 1968.
BRUCIE (Krekler 1975) Hybrid, early red.
BRYN MAWR - Registered by J. Franklin Styer, J. Franklin Styer Nurseries, Concordville, Penn. Japanese type, dark red, red petaloids tipped silver. Late. Bulletin #190 September 1968.
BUCKEYE BELLE (Mains 1956) S-D.VE.R. Seedling # not given, (officinalis x albiflora). Semi-double medium sized flower. Guards dark red, large, inner petal narrower, interspersed with stamens, yellow anthers and red filaments. Carpels enclosed in a cap of petals. Bulletin #142 September 1956.
BUDDY (Claar, 1955) Three SD.E.LP. Seedling # or parentage not given. Flesh pink, three or more rows of guard petals. Flowers stand above foliage. Five feet in height. Bulletin #142 September 1956.
BURST OF JOY (Auten) (Autens 2723) Red, single hybrid, early. Registered by Gilbert H. Wild & Son, Sarcoxie, Missouri. Bulletin #190 September 1968.
BUTCH (Krekler) (AU 18) Parentage unknown. SD.M. Deep pink, large petals, narrow white edge. Stiff stems, three feet in height. Bulletin #154 September 1959.
CANDY HEART (Bigger 1961) D.M. White tinted pink. (1-35) Parentage, MONS. JULES ELIE x unknown. White with pink tints, splashes of red on some petals. Large flowers, midseason. Medium height. Bulletin #162 September 1961.
CAMDEN (Krekler 1965) Red, single flowers. Named for an Ohio village. Bulletin #176 March 1965.
CELEBRATION (Nicholls-Wild & Son 1964) D.L. Deep rose. (N 630) Large rose type flower, center. of small finely cut petals. Tall, late, no stamens. Bulletin #172 March 1964.