The American Peony Society
The History of the Peonies and their Originations p. 111
CENTENNIAL (Bigger 1961) (1-46) Parentage KANSAS X unknown. D.L. bright dark pink. Full double, large flowers, late. Stamens medium height. Named for the one hundreth year since Kansas was admitted to the Union. Bulletin #162 September 1961.
CHARLES BURGESS (Krekler 1963) J.M. Red. Red Japanese, 31" high. Bulletin #169 June 1963.
CHARLES MAINS (Mains 1956) D.VE.P. (16P) (Officinalis x albiflora). Large deep salmon pink, double, some stamens intermingled. Awarded American Home Achievement Medal. Bulletin #142 September 1956.
CHERRY ROYAL (Wild 57-22) Double coral pink. Flowers symetrical, full, medium size, no stamens. Bulletin #186 September 1967.
CHARLEY'S WHITE (Roy G. Klehm) MONS. JULES ELIE X Bee. White, early, long stems. June 26, 1973. Bulletin #208 December 1973.
CHEDDAR CHEESE (Roy G. Klehm) MONS. JULES ELIE X 71D. Full double rose type, sulphur yellow. Reliable. June 26, 1973. Bulletin #208 December 1973.
CHIEF LOGAN (Mains, 1961) SD-D.E. Hybrid. Mahogany. (R-19) Officinalis x lactiflora. Semi-double, burnished mahogany, flat flower, medium to large flower. Tall. Named for Indian Chief of local fame. Bulletin #163 December 1961.
CHIEF PONTIAC (Mains-Alexander) Officinalis x lactiflora. Bomb type, black red, early, tall and vigorous. Bulletin #181 June 1966.
CHIEF WAPELLO (Willis J. Smith, Ottumwa, Iowa) 1971. Bright red double, medium early. Stands erect. Awarded first class certificate at Van Wert National Show 1960. Seedling of ADOLPHE ROUSSEAU . Bulletin #201 March 1972.
CHRISTINE AINES (Styer 1968) Double rose type. White with small red flecks. Large flower. Bulletin #191.
CINCINNATI (Krekler 1962) D.M. DP. Midseason deep pink, double with silvered edges, tall. Bulletin #166 September 1962.
CIRCUS (711 E.) Label lost. Believe it to be F3-black cross. (Lactiflora x MISS AMERICA X 4992). White, double with red markings. Registered by Samuel E. Wissing, Lombard, Illinois. Bulletin #182 September 1966.
CIRCUS CLOWN (Auten-seedling 2560) E.D. Red. 12-15" full double hybrid. Orange red. Short. May 1965. Registered by Gilbert H. Wild & Son, Sarcoxie, Missouri. Bulletin #179 December 1965.
CIRCUS CLOWN (Wild 57-9) Two rows of large petals. Center deep cream, full. Petaloids look like spoon mums. 32" tall. 6-7" flowers. Stiff stems. Registered by Gilbert H. Wild & Son, Sarcoxie, Missouri. Bulletin #186 September 1967.
CLARA LINDGREN (Lindgren 1961) D.E.W. (1) Le Cygne x unknown. Large, globular, white, double. Tall. Blooms early midseason. Awarded Myron D. Bigger plaque for being the most distinctive new peony at Minneapolis 1961. Names for Mr. Lindgren's wife.
CLAUDIA NELSON (Willis J. Smith, Ottumwa, Iowa 1972) (4-42) Late double pink with light edges on petals. Awarded H.M. at Van Wert National Show, 1960. Bulletin #201 March 1972.
CLEAR CALL (Nicholls-Wild & Son 1962) D.M. light pink (N 1160) Large, petals slightly recurved, fragrant. Registered by Col. J. C. Nicholls, Ithaca, New York. Bulletin #164 March 1962.
CLEAR SAILING (Gilbert H. Wild & Son, Inc. 1964) Anemone. M. Rose red. (W53-60) 8" flower, guard petals and center petals shade of cyclamen purple. Fragrant stiff stems. Bulletin #172 March 1964.
CROWN PRINCE (Walter Mains) (18D) Sic. to Walter Mains. 28-30". 6-7" flowers, strong stems. Officinalis hybrid, purple-red (RHS 67A). Flat collar is set off by bomb like center of stamenoids, edged yellow. Fragrant, early midseason. Registered by Steve Moldovan, Avon, Ohio. Bulletin #190 September 1968.
CLYDE FOXBOWER (Krekler 1963) D. red. Large flat double red, 30" stem. Bulletin #169 June 1963.
COLONEL ROBERT R. McCORMICK (Murawska 1965) (R72) Seedling of and a glorified Ruth Elizabeth. Late midseason, red. Holds color. Bulletin #176 March 1975.
COL. OWENS COUSINS - Short growing peach, pink inner glow bomb shaped hybrid. Possibly LITTLE DORRIT X SAUNDERS QUADRUPLE HYBRID. A Lyman Cousins work of art from London, Ontario, Canada. Bulletin #204 December 1972.
COLUMBUS (Krekler 1975).
COMANCHE (Bigger April 1957) Jap., medium red-rose stamenodes finely cut, yellow with some guard petal color. Three foot plant, midseason. Bulletin #178 September 1965.
CONSTANCE MOORE (Mains 1956) (16X) (Officinalis x albiflora) J.VE.R. Dark red Jap. Stamens dark red, color of guards tipped white. Inner petals informally arranged. Carpels completely covered by cap of petals. Bulletin #142 September 1956.
COOKIE (Murawska, 1960) (Sarah Bernhardt X Reine Hortense) D.E.M. Pink. Double, true pink, strong stems. Named for a niece of Mr. Murawska. Bulletin #157 June 1960.
COPLEY (Krekler 1959) (AU 10) S.E.D.P. Early lactiflora, similar to L'Etincelante, pink petals edged white, gold stamens, two feet in height. Bulletin #154 September 1959.
CORAL CHARM (Samuel E. Wissing, Lombard, Illinois 1964) F2, formerly 640. Semi-double, hybrid, huge bowl shaped flower, coral, golden center of stamens. 36" stems.
CORAL DESTINY (Wissing) (689d sister seedling of Coral Supreme.) (Inbred lactiflora Minnie Shaylor. Single, medium height, diploid. Bulletin #182 September 1966.
CORAL FAY (Orville Fay) Hybrid F2 - Pink, semi-double, fragrant. Laddie X self. 30" height, early, fern leaf hybrid foliage, fine cut. Registered by David Reath. June 30, 1973. Bulletin #208 December 1973.
CORAL SUNSET (Wissing 1965) Semi-double, triploid. Lactiflora white semi-double x Officinalis Otto Froebel. Bulletin #178 September 1965.
CORAL SUPREME (Samuel Wissing, Lombard, Illinois 1964) Formerly (689) Color break result of inbreeding lactiflora Minne Shaylor. Inbreeding suggestions given on page 191 by Prof. Saunders, A.P.S. Manual. Bulletin #170 173-174 June-September 1964.