The American Peony Society
The History of the Peonies and their Originations p. 118
PAUL M. WILD (Gilbert H. Wild & Son 1964) D.M. Red. Large red flowers, full double, unfading. Excellent habits. Bulletin #172 March 1964.
PAULINE HENRY (Nicholls-Gilbert H. Wild & Son 1957) (436) D. LM. White. Blush white, suggestion yellow at base. Thin pencil mark of red around the petals near center. Stems strong. Foliage good. Registered by Gilbert H. Wild & Son. Bulletin #143 December 1956.
PEACH FLUFF (Gilbert H. Wild & Son 1964) (W 52-108) D.M. Peach pink. Bomb type, two rows of yellow stamens interwined with peach pink petalodes at the base. Bulletin #172 March 1964.
PEPPERMINT (Nicholls-Gilbert H. Wild & Son 1958) (N-140) D. LM. Light pink. Flat blooms open pink, fade white. Red markings- on some petals, striped effect. Bulletin #156. March 1960.
PETITE (Falk-Glasscock 1956) (54R1) S.D. VE.R. (officinalis x albiflora) Semi-double red, flowers small, plant dwarf. Registered by Mrs. Elizabeth G. Falk, Plainfield, Illinois. Bulletin #142 September 1956.
PHILIP G. CORLISS (Claar 1955) Hybrid. S.E.BR. (Albiflora and Lobata) Scarlet red single flower. Three feet. Bulletin #140 March 1956.
PHILIP KUNZ (Krekler 1956) Double light pink Albiflora. Cut flower.
PICTURE (Bigger 1963) (50-54) D. creamy pink. Rose type, 30-40" tall, midseason, fragrance. Bulletin #169 June 1963.
PILGRIM (Glasscock-Falk 1964) S.E. American Beauty red. Tall, single. Large flower. Registered by Mrs. Elizabeth Falk. Bulletin #172 March 1964.
PILLOW TALK (Charles Klehm and Son 1973) (850 R) Own seedling line bred. Double rose type. Mid-season, no stamens, cameo pink, buds open to a large flower. Foliage similar to Mons. Jules Elie. Name formerly Friendly Federal. Patent applied for.
PINK CHAMPAIGN (Nicholls-Gilbert H. Wild & Son 1964) (N 289) Anemone, midseason, pink and yellow. Single row of guard petals, edged silver surrounding full center of lemon petaloids. Bulletin #172 March 1974.
PINK CHIFFON (Glasscock-Falk 1964) J.E. LP. Fourth generation hybrid. Light pink Jap, blooms late for hybrid. Bulletin #172 March 1974.
PINK DERBY (Bigger 1966) (32-61) Radiant red x ? Dark pink bomb, guard petals same color. Base of bomb, lighter shade. Height 24". Bulletin #181 June 1966.
PINKEYE (Krekler 1963) D. White with pink center. 30" height, stiff stems, average size flowers. Bulletin #169 June 1963.
PINK N' YELLOW (Ben Gilbertson Kindred N.D.) (6008) Hybrid, anemone to rose double. Claire de Lune x Mons. Jules Elie, parentage. Medium pink guards, fluff center. Center pale yellow. Height 25". Midseason. Bulletin #204 December 197 .
PINK PARFAIT (Charles Klehm & Son) (71D) December 15, 1975. Parentage, Mons. Jules Elie x Mons. Jules Seedling #7 ID. Beautifully formed large vibrant pink flowering double peony of the lactiflora species. It is mildly fragrant, late seasoned, relatively tall, 33". A robust grower. No stamens or pollen. It has silver petalled edges reminiscent of the Klehm line of breeding which resulted in "DINNER PLATE" and "JAY CEE." Disease resistant. Bulletin #217.
PINK RADIANCE (Allen Wild 1959) (Wild 52-30) M.D. pink. Deep pink center of bomb. Light yellow at base. Collar petals flaring. Strong stems. Bulletin #151 December 1958.
PINNACLE (Bigger 1970) (34-55) Seedling of a seedling. Near white with pink cast in center. Height 3". Some stamens. Bulletin #201 March 1972.
POWDER PUFF (Bigger 1966) (7-59) Jayhawker X ?. Light pink guards, cream anemone bomb center. Medium sized 30" tall. Bulletin #181 June 1968.
PRIDE OF McHENRY (Roy G. Klehm 1973) Monsieur Jules Elie x 71D. Rose type, large, double bloom. Medium peony. Pink with silver edging. Bulletin #208 December 1973.
PRAIRIE MOON (Fay 1959) (56-1) Laura Magnuson x Archangel. Large, pale yellow. 25" tall. No side buds. Yellow stamens, center. Hybrid. Bulletin #155 December 1959.
PRINCESS MARGARET (Murawska 1960) (Eleanor x unknown) Large early to midseason, full double, dark pink. No blue tones. Named with the permission of Her Royal Highness and of Her Majesty, the Queen Mother, Queen Elizabeth.
PURPLE QUEEN (Tree Peony) (Smirnow) 10" flowers of double purple, golden center. Good substance, strong stems, carries well above the foliage. A sturdy plant. Registered by Louis Smirnow. Bulletin #216.
RAG DOLL (Muryle Kostiuk 1973) (2) Harrah, Oklahoma. Double, pale pink ball, lavender cast. Thunderbird x Mattie Lee Clayton. 28-30" height. Has seeds, stamen, pollen, early. Foliage red. Bulletin #205 March 1973.
RAGGEDY ANN (Krekler 1958) (AT-11) D.LM. Light pink. Large, deep cut petals, giving flower a ragged appearance. Medium height. Midseason.
RALPH MILLER HOPKINS (Hopkins 1961) (4) D.L. Light pink. Full double, medium height, late. Awarded Certificate of H.M. at Minneapolis 1961. Bulletin #163 December 1961. Registered by Mrs. Carl Schadd, Chicago, Illinois.
RASPBERRY SUNDAE (Charles Klehm & Son 1968) (849 S) Charley's White x own seedling. Double bomb type. Early. Raspberry and white. Patent applied for. Bulletin #188 March 1968.
REBA SHAW (Krekler 1965) (B-55) Late light pink double albiflora, 31" height. Bulletin #178 September 1965.
RED CARPET (Wild 1965) (W25-44) Red, no fading. Double row of petals around a fluffy center. Bulletin #76 Page 35.
RED ROMANCE (Autens 2776) Parentage Auten. E.M. Single hybrid, heavy stems. Crimson. 5-6" flower. Tall 25-30". Registered by Gilbert H. Wild & Son. Bulletin #190 September 1968.