The American Peony Society
The History of the Peonies and their Originations p. 28
EUGENE REIGNOUX (Dessert, 1905) - Double - Carmine pink - DISCARDED - M.
EUGENE VERDIER (Calot, 1864) - Double - Pink - Late. Dwarf. Mild fragrance. Large. A high-built compact flower usually developing a decided crown; guards vivid rose-pink on outside; paler within, collar sharply defined by its light color and its narrow petals and petaloids, some of which are creamy yellow; center light rose but when fully open has a yellow suffusion from a number of petaloids similar to those in collar; occasional petals tipped crimson. Dwarf, robust plants; floriferous; stems very strong. Foliage light green, and coarse. A very bold impressive flower whose general color effect is light shell-pink tinted with cream. M.
EUGENIE VERDIER (Calot, 1864) - Double - Pink - Early Midseason. Tall. Fragrance not notable. Very large. Rose-pink, paling at tips of petals, and outer edge of flower occasionally flecked with crimson near center. Floriferous; strong stems. Good foliage. A very well finished bloom of excellent form and texture, lasting well when cut. M.
EUNICE SHAYLOR (Shaylor, 1919) - Double - Pink - Midseason. Medium tall. Tea rose fragrance. Outer petals cupped and wavy, pale rosy flesh color deeply flushed with rose toward base; center pale creamy flesh, tipped with a few crimson lines; yellow stamens mixed with the petals in the collar, and a distinct tuft of stamens lights up the center handsomely. Strong growth; free blooming. Plenty of foliage with light green veins. A very handsome flower when fully open. Generally creamy flesh-pink with glowing depths and heavy, leathery texture. M.
EUPHEMIA (Terry, 1920) - (Manual check list says 1890) - Double - Lilac Rose. SUPPRESSED. M.
EUREKA (Origin unknown) - Double - Red - M.
EVA (Origin unknown) - Jap. - Lilac Crimson - Midseason. 1952 Wild catalog: Dark pink. Guards medium dark rose pink, staminodes thread-like yellow with golden anthers and carpels green tipped yellow. Medium size and height. M.
EVA GAUTHIER (Norton, 1927) - Jap. - List in Bulletin 91.
EVANGELINE (Lemoine, 1910) - Double - Pink - Late. Moderate height. Delicious rose-like fragrance. Dark but bright rose-pink with occasional old-rose shades, crimson edges on center petals; moderate height and vigor; fairly floriferous; strong stems. Good foliage. Large very compact flowers with petals arranged in concentric whorls or tufts. An unusually handsome form. Occasionally the color is coarse and blotchy but it is very good at times. M.
EVANGELINE NEWHALL (Brand, 1936) - Double - Pink - Late. Very large rather flat flower or different shades of pink intermingled, lighted up by intermingled stamens Lists in Bulletins 91 and 130.
EVELINA (Origin unknown) - Jap. - Cherry Red - M.
EVELINE (Origine unknown) - Jap. - Light Crimson - M.
EVELYN (Buechly, 1923) - Name changed to EVELYN BUECHLY.
EVELYN (Vories, 1937) - Name changed to EVELYN S. PIERCE. Bulletin 44 and Bulletin 87, page 35. List in Bulletin 91.
EVELYN BUECHLY (Buechly, 1923) Formerly EVELYN. Semi-Double - Pink. Medium height. Light pink, free bloomer, long pointed buds beautifully striped deep pink making the bed distinct. A sure bloomer. Foliage dark green. Bulletin 44.
EVELYN CLAAR (Glasscock, 1946) - Double - Cerise - Early - Hybrid. Large flower with two rows of creped guard petals and a bomb center. Stems stiff, medium height. Foliage large, pea green. No fragrance. Color and form make a very beautiful affect. Names for Mrs. Elmer A. Claar. Albiflora x officinalis. Bulletin 103.
EVELYN SMITH (Smith) - Listed by Mr. Krekler, 1955.
EVELYN S. PIERCE (Vories, 1937) Formerly EVELYN. Double - Pink - Midseason. A unique flower of several rows of medium rose pink guard petals white at center and yellow at base. There are few if any stamens. The flower is a perfect cup. Stigmas pink. Bulletin 87, page 35. List in Bulletin 91.
EVELYN VORIES (Vories, 1935) - Double - Medium Pink - Midseason. Strong stems. List in Bulletin 91.
EVENING BLUSH (Neeley, 1936) - Names changed to CRYSTAL SEA. List in Bulletin 91.
EVENING GLOW (Hollis, 1907) - Semi-Double - Pink - Early. Tall. Fragrance not notable. Large. Light shell-pink, paling to white and pale old-rose. Tall; floriferous; erect stems. Average foliage. M.
EVENING STAR (Hans P. Sass, 1937) - Double - White - Late. Flowers large and perfectly formed. Color a rich, lively glowing white with occasionally a bloom showing crimson edging. Bulletin 69.
EVENSONG (Saunders, 1952-1955) - White - Hybrid. The erect, level flower opens, still and lovely, about mid-June. Palest flush at first, they become pure white. Dark foliage. Albiflora x macrophylla. 2nd generation back crosses. 1955, Letter from Miss Saunders. Bulletin 133, page 17.
EVENTIDE (Glasscock, 1945) - Single - Pink - Early - Hybrid. Single deep coral pink, cup shaped, tall. Albiflora x officinalis Sunbeam. Bulletin 103.
EVERETT (Simpson, 1929) - Double - Pink - Midseason to late. Medium tall. Strong stems. Foliage light green. Free bloomer. Crown type. Flowers large to very large. Bulletin 40.
EXCELSA (Franklin, 1931) - Double - Pink - Late. 39" high. Large, rose type light pink, strong stems, foliage very good. Bulletin 47.
EXCELSIOR (Terry) - Double - Violet Purple - DISCARDED - M.
EXOTIC (Kelsey, 1936) - Semi-Double - Pink. Large, deep pink with lighter edges and lighter tones of pink in the center. Marie Jacquin shape. Bulletin 80. List in Bulletin 109.
EXPLORER (Auten, 1955) - Jap. - Red - Midseason. Tall. A large dark red Jap with the usual yellow markings in the center. The side buds are especially brilliant. On tall, stiff stems. Auten catalog. 1955 Letter.