The American Peony Society
The History of the Peonies and their Originations p. 38
GRETCHEN (Goos, & Koenemann, 1911) - Double - White - Tinted Flesh - M.
GRIZZEL MUIR (Kelway, before 1895) - Double - White - DISCARDED - M.
GROVER CLEVELAND (Terry, 1904) - Double - Red - Late Midseason. Medium height. Mild fragrance. Large. Bright crimson. Fairly floriferous. Stiff stems. Excellent foliage. Valued because of its late blooming and its large, compact flowers, but it is not generally reliable and often fails to do well. Same as Tecumseh. M.
GUIDON (Nicholls, 1941) - Double - Pink. Medium height. Rose shaped double with very wide petals. Medium in size and height. Rose pink of medium depth. Strong stems. #5 from OTHELLO . Bulletin 83.
GUMPOO-NO-NISHKI (Origin unknown) - Jap. - Violet Rose - M.
GUYO-KUTINSHI - Shown by Mr. Little. - Jap. - Pink. Bulletin 83, page 11.
GWENDA (Saunders) - Pink - Hybrid. Equisite tea-rose goblets; rosy edged, fading to ivory. Sets seed. Second generation. Tenuifolia x mlokosewitschi. Second generation. Saunders 1955 catalog.
GYPSY (Hollis, 1904) - Jap. - Red - Midseason. Medium height. Medium size. Guards dark wine-red, evenly rounded and cupped; center of almost fully transformed petaloids, light at the base, shading to the same color as the guards on the face, and creamy white on the reverse. Lightly bordered buff at the tips; carpels rosy green, tipped red. Upright; slender but stiff stems. M,
GYPSY JEWEL (Franklin) - Jap. - Medium Rose Pink - Midseason. List in Bulletin 91.
GYPSY QUEEN (Franklin) - Jap. - Pink - Midseason. Bright deep rose pink Jap, broad cupped regular guard petals surrounding a large cluster of curled self-colored staminodes, edged and tipped with gold. List in Bulletin 91. Franklin 1955 catalog.
GYPSY ROSE (Franklin, 1939) - Jap. - Pink - Midseason. Bright deep rose pink Jap whose broad, cupped regular petals surround a large center of curled self-colored staminodes edged and tipped with bright gold. Bulletin 76, list in 93.
HABANERA (Auten, 1930) - Single - Red - Very Early. Tall. Light red edges fade lighter. Very large blooms; fine landscape effect; stems brilliant red before blooming. Bulletin 43.
H. A. HAGEN (Richardson, 1904) - Double - Pink - Late. Medium height. Excellent fragrance. Large. Dark rose-pink throughout; a very good compact globular flower, with overlapping petals, evenly graduated from the outside to a small, perfect rose center; the tips of the petals reflex in the middle of the flower, giving a peculiar shadowy effect, and the outer petals relax with age but keep their incurved cup form; fairly vigorous and floriferous; stout stems. Short, broad foliage. An excellent dark pink peony, particularly deserving because of its fine form and pure, even color. Described by some as uniform violet-rose. M.
HAKODATE (Millet) - Jap. - White - Midseason. Medium height. Large creamy white guard petals with bright yellow stamenodes and carpels tipped bright salmon pink. Excellent plant and foliage. M. (Supplement says MILLET.)
HAKUSA-SEISHO - Krekler 1955 list.
HAKUSEKO (Origin unknown) - Jap. - White, shades pink - M.
HALCYON (Saunders, 1948) - Single - Blush - Very Early - Hybrid. Opens the last week in May, palest flush, becoming pure white, of finest kid-like substance, with marked purple flares. Crimson stems, stigmas and filaments make this a most finished plant. Albiflora x Ozieri alba. List in Bulletin 129. Saunders 1955 catalog.
HAMILTON (Kelway) - Double - Cherry-Rose - M.
HANA-NO-SATO - See CATHEDRAL . - Jap. - Violet Rose - M.
HANA-NO-YODORI - Jap. - Pink. Exhibited by Mr. Harold E. Wolfe - 1953. Bulletin 129, page 15.
HANS' BLUSH WHITE (Sass) - Name changed to MARGARET. Bulletin 124.
HANSINA BRAND (Brand, 1925) - Double - Pink - Late. A glistening flesh-pink with a salmon reflex shading toward the base of the petals. Strong and upright. M.
HANS P. SASS (Sass, 1937) - Double - Blush - Late. (Introduced by Interstate) Very large flower of rich satin blush white, suffused shell pink. An exceedingly attractive and promising variety. Bulletin 69.
HAPPY SAYS (Franklin) - Double - Pink - Huge deep pink. Stamens intermingled. List in Bulletin 91.
HARBINGER (Franklin) - Name dropped. Lists in Bulletins 91 and 93.
HARBINGER (Saunders, 1929) - Single - Pink - Very Early - Hybrid. Moderately tall. Plant robust and upright. Foliage intermediate between the two parents, but not so coarse as in macrophylla. Flowers medium size. Somewhat like Lemoine's Wittmanniana hybrid, AVANT GARDE. Otto Froebel x macrophylla. Bulletin 37. Miss Saunders' letter says this has been withdrawn.
HARDY GIANT (Freeborn, 1943) - Double - Pink - Hybrid. Very large frost resistant pink. Color especially good under artificial light. Albiflora x officinalis. Lists in Bulletins 91 and 129.
HARGROVE HUDSON (Wild, 1949) (Gilbert H. Wild & Son) - Double - Light Pink - Early Midseason. Medium height. This large, even colored light pink is a flower of distinction with excellent-stems of medium height. Form and texture outstanding. It blooms in early midseason. Bulletin 132.
HARI-AI-NIN (Babcock, 1929) - Jap. - Red - Midseason. Medium height. Very large deep red guards with staminodes tipped yellow slightly. Fine stems and very floriferous. Good red. List in Bulletin 91.
HARMONY (Jones, 1938) (Jones 1955 catalog-LM) - Double - Pale Rose - Very Late. 40" stems. Striking blooms of palest rose, becoming darker at center. Blooms flat waxlike petalage, golden center sheen. Vigorous, dark green foliage. Bulletin 71.
HARRIET BEECHER STOWE (Hollis. 1907) - Double - Pink M.