The American Peony Society
The History of the Peonies and their Originations p.23
DULCINEE (Lemoine, 1925) - Double - Pink - Late. Very late beautiful pink of light tint with strong stems. M.
DULCY (Richmond) - Double (Anemone type) Pink with yellow centers. Midseason. Richmond's 1952 catalog and 1955 list.
DULUTH (Franklin, 1931) - Double - White - Late. 36" tall. Large rose type. Stiff stems and vigorous. Fine foliage of a deep, rich green. Makes a fine landscape specimen plant, as the flowers are held high and erect under all conditions. Bulletin 47.
DUNKIRK (Keagey, 1946) - Double - Pink - Late. Tall. Fragrance: not strong, but agreeable, and of a peony character, not rose. The flower is fully transformed, flat, heavy, and large. It is a glowing medium clear pink, with large, long guard petals. The central petals are smaller and full of crinkles and whories. The outside of the guard petals near the disc is tinted with green and yellow. The stems are strong, bright green, very stiff at the neck and quite tall. Bulletin 101.
DUNLORA (Peyton, 1943) - Single - White - Early. Height medium. A seedling of an old Jap. variety, DAI-JO-KUHAN. Guards; pure white, well rounded, large. Stamens white. Disc: white. Stems: medium height, strong. Foliage: dark green. Flowers small on young plants, large on mature plants. They are often set in three large leaves immediately below them. The vivid green carpels lend a distinctive note to the flower. Bulletin 122.
DUNMAN'S WHITE (Sass, 1937) - Double - White - Late Midseason, Immense white. Strong stems. List in Bulletin 91.
DUSKY DINAH (Auten, 1946) - Single - Black Red - Hybrid. Dark winey red, usually with three rows of petals and lovely yellow center. Substance outstanding. Officinalis x albiflora. List in Bulletin 129.
EARLYBIRD (Saunders, 1951) - Single - Red - VE - Hybrid. Sold as a strain. Among the first peonies to bloom. Handsome little plants with finely-cut foliage and an abundance of bright crimson flowers. Woodwardii x tenuifolia. List in Bulletin 129.
EARLY DAYBREAK (Saunders, 1949) - Formerly DAYBREAK - Single - White - Hybrid. Old ivory flushed rose. Very sturdy grower. Quadruple hybrid, albiflora, officinalis, macrophylla, Mlokosewitschi. List - Bulletin 129.
EARLY JUNE (Kunderd, 1927, Kundred) - Double - Pink - Early. 1939 check list. Bulletin 100, Page 18.
EARLY MORN (Kelsey, 1936) - Single - Pink - Early. Medium height. Rose-Pink. List in Bulletin 109.
EARLY SCOUT (Auten, 1952) - Single - Red - Very Early - Hybrid. A very dark red, very early. Blooms before the other hybrids. Cut foliage. Distinct. Albiflora RICHARD CARVEL x Tenuifolia. List - Bulletin 129.
EARLY WINDFLOWER (Saunders, 1939) - Single - White - Hybrid. This is almost exactly like Late Windflower except it blooms a week earlier. The plants are graceful and unusual. The flowers, like white anemones, are slightly nodding and are borne on tall stems. The foliage is fern-like and handsome. They set no seeds. Veitchii x emodi. List in Bulletin 129. Saunders 1955 catalog.
EASTER MORN (Saunders 1952-1955) - White - Hybrid. Albiflora x macrophylla, F2. Miss Saunder's letter, 1955.
EASTERN BROCADE (Kelway) - Single - White, flushed pink. M.
EAU CLAIRE (Dana, 1926) - Single - Pink. No fragrance. Good habit and holds color. Bulletin 28.
ECHI-GO-JISHI (Japan) - Double - Dark Pink - Very large. Smirnow catalog, 1955.
ECHO (Neeley, 1930) - Name changed to NEW DELIGHT. List in Bulletin 91.
ECHO (Saunders, 1951) - Single - Lavender Pink - Hybrid. Tall. Faint lavender pink. A lovely flower of great substance, held erect, lactiflora x anomala. Second generation. List in Bulletin 129.
ECLIPSE (Saunders, 1950) - Single - Black Purple - Hybrid. Officinalis x coriacea. List in Bulletin 129.
ECSTACY (Brethour, 1929) (1926) - Double - White - Midseason. Tall. Fragrance like wild rose. Large flower. White with a distinct yellow tone at the base of the petals. Pronounced incurving of the petals. Very tall, strong stems. Lasts well when cut. Bulletin 37.
ECSTACY (Nieuwenhuizen, 1935) - Jap. - Pink - Midseason. An exquisite Jap. peony with a double row of guard petals of the finest satiny pink with a heavy comb of short yellow petaloids, three small seed pods and pink stigmas. Bulletin 61.
EDITH ARBEITER (Glasscock, 1929) - Double - Pink and white. Late. Pleasant odor. Full rose, pink and white combination. Large bloom with round buds. Medium stiff, short stems. Foliage medium dark green. Bulletin 41.
EDITH CAVELL (Kelway, 1916) - Double - White - M.
EDITH E. GUMM (Gumm, 1930) - Double - Pink - Midseason. An immense flower of medium light pink on extra strong stems. Very large foliage. List in Bulletin 91.
EDITH ESTELLE (Gumm, 1926) - Double - Medium Pink - Midseason. List in Bulletin 91.
EDITH FORREST (Hollis, 1918) (Hollis-Wheeler) - Double - Pink - Dark rose pink. M.
EDITH LYTTLETON (Kelway) - Double - Pink - M.
EDITH M. SNOOK (Snook, 1931) - Double - Late - White. Pleasing fragrance. Medium to large flower, nearly full rose type with heavy broad, slightly crimped petals, uniformly notched. A few stamens show when flower is in full bloom. Soft ivory tinted a delicate coffee brown, fading slowly as the flower ages to a uniform milk white. Stems heavy, rigid, medium long, bearing the flower perfectly erect. Foliage: dark green, broad, abundant, affording ample nourishment for the large ball-shaped buds. A good keeper. Bulletin 49.