The American Peony Society
Nomenclature 1976-186 p.10
FANNY BELL NIGGEMAN
ETERNAL FLAME (K 763)-William H. Krekler. May 1978. Hybrid, 22-inch light carmen single cup. Bulletin #227.
EVA IANTHA - C. R. Aldritt - 1983, Excelsior. Minn. Double hybrid. Parentage unknown. Seedling #I-one. First bloomed 1927-1928. Pink double hybrid, ball form, no stamens, pollen or seeds. Good substance, strong stems, 36-inches in height. Very fragrant. Season of bloom, midseason to late, the foliage is heavy and dark green. Flower measures 6-7 inches across and 3 inches in depth.
EVEREST (K 925) - William H. Krekler, June. 1978. Large near white, semi-double. 35-inch. Registered by Roy Klehm. Bulletin #231.
FAIRVIEW (K 856)-William H. Krekler, May 1978. Lactiflora, 36-inch, big semi-double white, cutter. Bulletin #227.
FAIRY PAINT (K 827)-William H. Krekler, June 3,1978. Japanese, 35-inch. near white. Generous. Registered by Charles Klehm and Son Nursery. Bulletin #229.
FANCY THAT-William H. Krekler, Somerville. Ohio, June 1977. Seedling #514. Lactiflora, medium size wine-red Jap. Pale cream ball. Registered by Roy Klehm. Bulletin #223.
FANNY BELL NIGGEMAN-Robert F. Schmidt, Brecksville, Ohio, July 27, 1985. Seedling #S-20. Parentage unknown. First bloomed in 1982. Single lactiflora, white, above average bloom, petals slightly ruffled; 5-6" blooms, slightly cup-shaped, strong stems, 28-30" height. Dark green foliage. Named for Mother-in-Law of originator. Bulletin #256.
FAN TAN - Introduced in this country by Louis Smirnow. Originated by a Japanese physician in Japan. Known as Aurea, also Yokihi (1954). Parentage unknown. Flower, semi-double. Apricot-tan suffused yellow. Large petals tipped slightly pink. Early.
FERN B. (42-61) - Myron D. Bigger, Topeka, Kansas, July 8, 1983. Charm x unknown. Dark pink, double, almost cone-shaped. Adequate stems are about 30 inches tall on the average. Foliage bright green and has always been clean. I find no stamens in the ones I examined.
FESTIVA SUPREME - Carl Klehm - Charles Klehm and Son Nursery, January 2, 1981. Parentage: Alice Harding and W. L. Gumm Seedlings; first bloomed 1951; seedling #8421. Double lactiflora, white with red flecking, ball form, no stamens, pollen or seeds. Pleasing fragrance, reliable, good substance, strong stems with dark green foliage, 34 inches, early midseason, good husky grower. Pearly white double with red tips of petals in center of bloom. A good opener. Four buds per stem. Plant patent applied for.
FIELD MARSHALL - William H. Krekler, May 1978. Seedling #K101, hybrid, 29-inch sturdy upright single red. Bulletin #227.
FIERY CRATER - Walter Marx, introduced by Rogers, Sherwood, Oregon, May 19, 1981. Seedling #68-17; parentage unknown; first bloomed 1965; single lactiflora. Dark red (fuschia); flat, stamens gold-tipped, seeds, good substance, no fragrance, reliable, good bloom, strong wiry stems; 36-inch height; late small narrow dark green foliage with red veining; good cut flower. Petals have a waxy, velvety finish and are overlapped when fully open.