The American Peony Society
The History of the Peonies and their Originations p. 113
EXELEE (Krekler 1958) (1U-9) D.L. blended colors. Medium size, fragrant flower, high, pointed, no pistils. Guard petals, near white, center white. Yellow to pink petalodes. May contain pollen. Bulletin #150 September 1958.
FAIRY DREAM (Nicholls-Wild & Son 1959) (N 1337) L.D. White. Rose type flower, full deep petals, serrated edges, near white to pink, large petals slightly rolled back. Good stems and foliage. Registered by Gilbert H. Wild & Son. Bulletin #151 December 1958.
FAMIE GAGE (Krekler 1965) (H-2) Hybrid, full ball, baby pink, low bush. Resembles Officinalis. Long lasting bloom. Bulletin #178 September 1965.
FAN TAN (Introduced in this country by Louis Smirnow) Originated by a Japanese physician in Japan, 1954. Parentage unknown. Known as AUREA, also YOKIHI. Semi-double flower, apricot tan, suffused yellow. Large petals tipped slightly pink. Early. Bulletin #216.
FAREWELL (Krekler 1960) Parentage unknown. Double late light pink, fades to white. Outer guard petals, pale yellow. Bulletin #158.
FEATHER TOP (Wild 56-72) Novelty. 6-7 rows of outer petals, band of yellow staminodes, topped by a cluster of rose pink petals. Flower 5 ½ " deep, 6 ½ ''across. Stiff stems. Bulletin #186 September 1967.
FELICIA (Gardner before 1951) (201) S.M. Deep pink. Large single, midseason. Medium height. Registered by Mrs. J. A. Hanratty, Mound, Minnesota. Due to the death of Mr. Gardner, records were lost. Bulletin #151 December 1958.
FELIX SUPREME (Kriek 1955) (6) D.M.R. Parentage probably Reine Hortense with an unknown albiflora variety. Large, full double, ruby red. Midseason. Cut flower. Registered by The Cottage Gardens, Lansing, Michigan. Bulletin #140 March 1956.
FIREBELLE (Mains 1959) (20X) E. Brilliant red. Officinalis x Lactiflora. Hybrid, semi-double, tall stems and blooms early. Vigorous. Cut flower. Bulletin #155 December 1959.
FLO SAYLOR (Krekler 1960) Single, early pink. Guards, wine-pink, carpels, large deep purple. Bulletin #158.
FRANK KEITH (Moots 1962) S. to SD. M. Dark red. Hybrid. Matilda Lewis x Lobata Sunbeam. Good substance, tall single to semi-double, midseason, heavy stems, holds color. Bulletin #153 June 1959.
FRED COUCH (Krekler 1975)
FROSTED ROSE (Murawska and Sons 1961) R. Rose-pink. Midseason to late. Kansas x unnamed seedling, which was treated with X-rays. More cupped than Kansas, three rows of guard petals, semi-bomb center with silvery sheen. Stiff stems. Bulletin #160 March 1961.
GAIL TISCHLER (Brand Peony Farms 1964) (R. W. Tischler) Jap. Light pink. Awarded the Myron D. Bigger award. Bulletin #1976.
GEE WHIZ (Krekler 1965) Light yellow. Resembles Laura Dessert. Bulletin #176 March 1965.
GENE WILD (Cooper 1956) (Cooper #6) D.M. MP. Full double, midseason, medium pink over white to lighter pink. Good stems. Garden and show flower. Registered by Gilbert H. Wild & Son. Bulletin #140 March 1956.
GERMANTOWN (Krekler 1975)
GERTRUDE ALLEN (Nicholls-Wild & Son 1958) (N 1378) J.M. White. Two rows of white guard petals, heavy texture, when in full bloom, flare out making a flat flower 9-10" in diameter. Lacy yellow petaloids, pink tipped pistils. Stiff stems. Registered by Gilbert H. Wild & Son. Bulletin #157 December 1957.
GERTRUDE COX (Krekler 1958) (AT-10) D. LM. Light pink. Double, rather loose parentage. No fading of color. Medium height, late midseason. Short stamens hidden in small central bud. Minute white carpels, tipped pink. Bulletin #150 September 1958.
GIBRALTER (Bigger September 1958) Nippon Beauty x? Full rose type double, dark pink, late bloom. Good cut and show flower. Stems three feet tall. Bulletin #178 September 1965.
GILBERT H. WILD (Nicholls-Wild & Son 1957) (392) D. LM. Rose pink. Petals slightly curved, two toned rose pink, lighter edging. Petals long, wide and uniform in size and shape. Buds large, stems stiff, foliage good. Registered by Gilbert H. Wild. Bulletin #143 December 1956.
GLADYS HODSON (Krekler 1961) (K-61) D.L.W. Large full double, near white late blooming. Medium height. Stamens and pistils undeveloped. Base of petals and cupped center, pale yellow. Cut flower. Named for friend in Whittier, California. Bulletin #162 September 1962.
GLAMOUR (Jones 1957) (75) J.M. Rose pink petals rose pink, staminodes yellow. Japanese type. Bulletin #150 September 1958.
GLOWING CANDLES (Wild 1966) E.M.J. Pink 36". Japanese with petaloids coming through the chamois center. 6" flower, on good stems. Good foliage. Bulletin #179 December 1969.
GOLDILOCKS (6502) (Oriental Gold x Claire de Lune) Ben Gilbertson, Kindred, North Dakota 1975. Light yellow double hybrid. Ball form, one to three buds per stem. No pollen, does have seeds, no fragrance, no stamens. Average amount of bloom. First bloomed 1970. Height 28". Very adequate stem strength to hold the flower. This plant does not show any evidence of the variety Claire de Lune. It appears quite similar to Oriental Gold above ground but the root system almost typical Lactiflora and unlike either of its parents. Earlier bloom than Oriental Gold. Light green foliage, does not have yellow-green sprouts when emerging, as Oriental Gold. Bulletin #216.
GOLLY (Krekler 1965) Big 30" near white double Jap. Pale yellow. Upright pink tuft. Bulletin #176 March 1965.
GOSH (Krekler 1965) Jap, wine red petals tipped with gold. Bulletin #176 March 1965.
GRACIE WILLIE (Claar 1955) Hybrid. S.E.P. Albiflora x Lobata. Coral pink, cup shaped, single. Three feet tall. Bulletin #140 March 1956.
GRADUATION (Bass-Rosenfield 1959) (Number either 3 or 10, not definitely known) D.M.W. White full double, large flower, medium height, stiff stems. Petals have a suggestion of ivory at the base and occasionally a thin red line on the edge of a few petals. Seedling of the late John F. Rosenfield, who died in 1934. Registered by Floyd Bass Nursery, Inc. New Augusta, Indiana. Bulletin #155 December 1959.