The American Peony Society
Nomenclature 1976-186 p.21
QUEEN OF THE SPRING
PINK PRINCESS - originator unknown, July 27. 1985. Re-registration for name correction of Pink Dawn by the Klehm Nursery. Single, speckled light pink, has been in commerce for at least 20 years. This flower has speckles in the clear pink petals and has been sold for Pink Dawn. The name is being discarded and replaced with Pink Princess. Bulletin #255.
PINK PUP-William H. Krekler, Somerville, Ohio, May 1977. Hybrid, single bright carmen red, upright. Seedling #308. Bloomed before May 6. Full bush, the best. Bulletin #223.
PINK SHOWOFF-William H. Krekler, Somerville, Ohio, June 1977. Seedling #517. Flat light pink semi-double lactiflora. Upright. Registered by Roy Klehm. Bulletin #223.
PINK ROSETTE - Ben Gilbertson, Kindred, North Dakota, Feb. 4. 1984. Seedling # 8122. Parentage, seedling 5908 x parent unknown. No record of when it first bloomed. Rose pink, double lactiflora, flat form, no stamens, seeds or pollen. Reliable, good substance, good bloom. 30" height. Early to midseason, vigorous grower, medium green foliage. Petals placed so as to form a rosette. Fast increaser.
PIQUA (K 149)-William H. Krekler, June 1978. Huge arching semi-double flesh to white. Bulletin #231.
PRAIRIE PRINCESS - Don Hollingsworth, 5831 N. Colrain Ave., Kansas City, Missouri 64151, July 7, 1984. Seedling # 199. Double lactiflora of hybrid origin. Parentage Kickapoo x Cytherea. First bloomed 1973. Large full double medium pink flowers on medium height stems, with good clean foliage, robust but refined, constitute a grand princess of the prairies. Pollen, seeds reliable, late bloom. Long lasting as a cut flower, dependable, vigorous, performs well.
PREBLE-William H. Krekler, Somerville, Ohio, May 1977. Hybrid bloomed before May 6. Seedling #243. Light lavender-red single. Dense gray colored bush. Bulletin #223.
PURE JOY - Myron D. Bigger, 1976, (11-58). Parentage unknown. Full rose type double on a fine 36" stem with good clean dark green foliage. Beautifully shaded pink in two or three shades. Well blended so as to make the flower pure joy. Many peonies are larger but not many more beautiful. Mild but fine fragrance.
QUAKER DRESS (K 904)-William H. Krekler, June 1978. Nice flower and bush. Pale pink hybrid. Registered by Roy Klehm. Bulletin #231.
QUAKER MAID (K 737)-William H. Krekler. May 1978. Hybrid, 28-inch. wide flat deep pink. Bulletin #227.
QUAKER PRIDE (K 854) - William H. Krekler, June 7,1978. Lactiflora, double, near white, 32 inches. Registered by Charles Klehm and Son Nursery. Bulletin #229.
QUALITY FOLK-Krekler, May 1978. Seedling #K 703, hybrid, 11-inch, big single deep wine pink flowers. Bulletin #227.
QUEENBEE-William H. Krekler, Somerville, Ohio, June 1977. Seedlings #520. Lactiflora, flat flesh colored semi-double. Yellow ring. Registered by Roy Klehm. Bulletin #223.
QUEEN OF THE SPRING (K 731)-William H. Krekler, June 1978. Huge, 29-inch, early, single light orange-red. Bulletin #231.