The American Peony Society
The History of the Peonies and their Originations p. 48
KATHERINE HAVEMEYER (Thurlow, 1921) - Double - Pink - Midseaaon. Average height. Mild rose fragrance. Large. Light rose-pink with tinge of old-rose; as it develops the outer petals droop sharply and the inner ones incurve about a perfect rose-bud center. Floriferous; excellent stems. Good foliage. A good sort for general planting as the flowers have high quality and are sturdy enough to last well in the garden. M. Bulletin 18.
KATHERINE van STEEN - Double - White. Shown by Karrelis - Bulletin 133, page 13.
KATHERINE YOUNG - Double - Red - Shown at Minneapolis. Bulletin 110, page 27.
KATHRYN CURRAN (Auten, 1952) - Double - White - Late. Rose fragrant. A large pure white of special refinement and charm. A mass of trim foliage starting at the ground level, the blooms carried gracefully about it. Auten catalog - 1955. Date furnished by Mr. Auten.
KATHRYN E. MANUEL (Phillips, 1953) - Single - White with pink tints. Early. Medium height. Seedling of Krinkled White. Prolific blooming white with pink tints which do not fade. Stems stand up well. Carpels pastel yellow, tipped pink. This is a beautiful plant and flower. Named for an aunt. Bulletin 128.
KATORI-NAHIKO (Millet, 1924) - Japanese. - Solferino-Red - M. KAUB - See CAUB .
KAW VALLEY (Bigger, 1944) - Double - Dark Red. Very dark red that holds its color. Blooms very large but sterns stiff, holding bloom erect. Dependable bloomer. Bulletin 96.
KEDNEY (Kelway) - Double - Crimson - Rosy Crimson - M.
KEEPSAKE (Auten, 1955) - Single - Red - Early - Hybrid. Tall. A later dark orange red single, the filaments red. Trim petals, stems straight, stiff. Auten catalog 1955.
KELWAY'S BEAUTIFUL (Kelway, 1929) - Double - Lavender. A tender, silvery lavender. Bulletin 38.
KELWAY'S BETTY (Kelway, 1917) - Double - Cherry Red - M.
KELWAY'S BRIDESMAID (Kelway) - Double - Flesh M.
KELWAY'S CIRCE (Kelway, 1916) - Double - Rosy peach - M.
KELWAY'S CRIMSON BANNER (Kelway, 1929) - Double - Red - Late. Bulletin 38.
KELWAY'S DARLING (Kelway) - Double - Flesh. Cream white center M.
KELWAY'S DAVID (Kelway, 1916) - Double - Coral Pink - M.
KELWAY'S DIANA (Kelway) - Single - Pink -M.
KELWAY'S EVE (Kelway) - Single - Flesh Pink M.
KELWAY'S EXQUISITE (Kelway) - Double - Pink - M.
KELWAY'S FAIRY QUEEN (Kelway, 1928) - Semi-Double pink showing golden anthers. Bulletin 38.
KELWAY'S FALSE QUEEN - Double - Rose Pink. "This is not a proper name for a peony. We understand that this name was given by an American nurseyman to a stock of KELWAY'S QUEENthat was not true. The name should not appear in any catalog." Manual. M.
KELWAY'S GLORIOUS (Kelway, 1909) - Double - White - Midseason. Medium height. Strong, rose like fragrance. Very large. White with a creamy suffusion in depths, crimson streaks on outside of guard petals, and occasionally a few faint crimson edges in center; free-flowering. Strong stems. Good dark green foliage with green veins. Immense, shaggy, rather flat flowers with a deep, funnel-like center and enormous wide-spreading petals. Requires time to do its best, but is generally considered Pink. Dwarf habit. Sweetly accented. Lively one of the finest varieties. M.
KELWAY'S GLORY OF JUNE (Kelway, 1928) - Semi-Double - Pink Rose. Dwarf. Pink guards, rose and gold petaloids. Bulletin 38.
KELWAY'S GORGEOUS (Kelway) - Single - Rose. Brilliant salmon rose of uncommon color. M.
KELWAY'S HUMORIST (Kelway) - Single - Pink - M.
KELWAY'S LOVELY (Kelway) - Double - Tyrian Rose or Rosy Red. Clearn Tyrian rose or light rosy red. Central tuft of rose. M. Bulletin 38.
KELWAY'S LOVELY LADY (Kelway, 1926) - Single - Flesh - M.
KELWAY'S LUCK (Kelway) - Double - Crimson - M.
KELWAY'S MAJESTIC (Kelway, 1929) - Jap. - Carmine - Early. Carmine with narrow petaloids. Very large, handsome foliage. Bulletin 38.
KELWAY'S MALMAISON (Kelway, 1926) - Double - Flesh-Pink - M.
KELWAY'S PEACE (Kelway) Double-White. Rich creamy white, almost a yellow tint. Bulletin 38. M.
KELWAY'S PEERLESS (Kelway, 1928) - Single - Pink. Tall. Bright deep pink with large golden center. Very effective. Bulletin 38.
KELWAY'S QUEEN (Kelway, 1909) - Double - Pink - Late Midseason. Medium height. Strong rose fragrance. Large. Bright rose-pink, with flesh tones in collar and extreme center and a few red flakes; fairly floriferous; strong stems. Large, bright green foliage. A globular flower with serrated center petals, and at one time much confused because of a mixture of varieties sent to this country under this name. Compact, decorative plant which does not produce many stems but each stem usually flowers. M. Bulletin 38.
KELWAY'S REMEMBRANCE (Kelway, 1916) - Double - Crimson - M.
KELWAY'S ROSEMARY (Kelway, 1916) - Double - Rose-Pink - M.
KELWAY'S ROSE OF DELIGHT (Kelway) - Single - Pink - Late. Good habit. Stands up well. Color a bright clear rosy pink. Similar in color to Wild Rose. M.
KELWAY'S SILVO (Kelway, 1926) - Single - Pink M.
KELWAY'S SPION KOP. See SPION KOP. Double - Cerise Pink - M.
KELWAY'S SUCCESS (Kelway) - Double - Pink - M.
KELWAY'S UNIQUE (Kelway, 1917) - Double - Pink. Bright rich pink with golden petaloids. M. Bulletin 38.
KELWAY'S WILD ROSE (Kelway) Same as WILD ROSE. Single. White speckled with pink. M. Bulletin 38.
KEMANKEAG (Guppy, 1935) - Single - White. Bulletin 60.
KENDUSKEAG (Guppy, 1935) - Single - Light Pink. Bulletin 60.
KENNY - Double - Red. Spelled KINNEY in Murawska's 1955 catalog. Spelled KENNY in Bulletin 102, page 21.