The American Peony Society
The History of the Peonies and their Originations p. 117
MISS MARY (Krekler) Deep red single albiflora with a dense small gold stamen mass. height 31". Flower held 10" above foliage. Bulletin #186 September 1967.
MORE GLORY (Krekler 1965) Lavender pink double. Similar to Gloriana. Bulletin #176 March 1965.
MRS. LOIS B. WATTS (Murawaska 1965) (71) Height 40". Dark pink, full double. Midseason to late, stems strong, cut and garden flower. Bulletin #176 March 1965.
MULTIFLORA (6301) (Ben Gilbertson, Kindred, North Dakota. November 1, 1974) Hybrid, double, light pink. Hedgemaster x Pink N'Yellow. Height 26" strong stems, eleven buds per stem; Sets seeds. Ball form, no pollen, no fragrance. Three year old plant had 49 large flowers in 1974. Bulletin #213 March 1975.
MUSIC MAN (Gilbert H. Wild & Son) (Wild 1967) (W57-40) M.D. Red. Full rose type, outer petals large, center petals slightly twisted and smaller. Few stamens. Cut flower. Bulletin #179 December 1965.
MUSKOGEE (Jones 1957) (76) J.M. Dark red. Erect, dark red self Jap with tufted center. Midseason. Bulletin #150 September 1958.
MYRON BRANSON (Krekler 1965) (B-19) Large, early, Jap, red, some fading with age, tall 37". Bulletin #178 September 1965.
MYRON D. BIGGER (67-55) Seedling of Primevere. Full rose type, white double, slight pink flush in center, when first open. Extra large outer petals. Strong stems. Height 30". Bulletin #181 June 1966.
MYRTLE TISCHLER (Brands Peony Farms, A.B. Franklin 1963) D.M.DP. (471) Large, deep rose pink. Blooms 9-10". Full double, rather flat bloom. Tall strong stems 36-38" height. Bulletin #170 September 1963.
NELLIE SAYLOR (Krekler) Jap, deep wine red collar, flat type ball center, white in appearance. 36" bush, blooms 10" above the foliage. Odd peony, named for an older sister. Bulletin #186 September 1967.
NICE GAL (Krekler 1965) Big frosted semi-double rose pink. Flower placed near the foliage. Landscape variety. Bulletin #176 March 1965.
NIGHTINGALE (Glasscock-Falk, 1964) (BIB6) SD.E. Third generation hybrid. Light pink Jap, blooms late for hybrid. Registered by Mrs. Elizabeth Falk, Plainfield, Illinois. Bulletin #172 March 196 .
NONDA (Nicholls-Wild & Son 1962) (1399) D.L. Light pink. Chrysanthemum type flower, pink, collar of smaller petals with faint suggestion of yellow at the base of the petals. Stiff stems. Bulletin #164 March 1962.
NORMA LOU (Krekler 1962) D.M.R. Double red with some pollen bearing stamens. Stigmas red. Named for grandaughter of James Lewis, foreman. Bulletin #166 September 1962.
NORMA VOLZ (Volz 1962) D.E. P. Parentage: Miss America x unknown. Large full double with cupped center, blush with pink and yellow tints, strong stems. Dark green foliage. Awarded the Myron D. Bigger plaque at Minneapolis 1962. Bulletin #166 September 1962.
NORMIE (Krekler 1975) Hybrid, early red.
OH MY (Krekler 1965) White and wine, similar to Cathedral. Bulletin #176 March 1965.
OKLAHOMA (Nicholls 1961) (N 1409) D. Deep pink, late midseason. Large flowers 10" in diameter, stiff stems, foliage dark green. Guard petals edged with wide silver band, interspersed with yellow stamens. Bulletin #160 March 1961.
OLE FAITHFUL (Glasscock-Falk 1964) D.E. Red. Fourth generation hybrid. Double red, heavy substance, late blooming for a hybrid. Registered by Mrs. Elizabeth Falk, Plainfield, Illinois. Bulletin #172 March 1964.
OPAL HAMILTON (Nicholls-Gilbert H. Wild & Son 1957) J. M. orchid pink guards, same color staminodes. Carpels and base are yellow. Good stem. Bulletin #143 December 1956.
ORANGE BOUQUET (Wissing 1968) (888) Silvia Saunders x Roselettes' Grandchild. Semi-double. R.H.S. color chart 28C. Bulletin #191.
ORANGE LACE (Bigger) (21-59) Plainsman x ? Light pink Jap. Yellow and pink stamenodes have a lacy orange cast. Three feet tall. Bulletin #181 June 1966.
ORIENTAL BRIDE (Wissing) (733c) Lactiflora Silvia Saunders x 4992. F3 back cross. White guards, center of yellow staminodes. Medium height, Dipoid-hybrid. Bulletin #182 September 1966.
ORIENTAL GOLD (Louis Smirnow) Species, double, parentage unknown. Bloomed first 1959. Yellow, ball form, no stamens, good substance, one bud per stem. Pollen, no fragrance. I brought this from Japan in 1960. As seedling there it was known as YOKIHI, also AUREA. Have since introduced plant here and countries in Asia, Europe, South America, Australia, and New Zealand. Registered by Louis Smirnow January 16, 1974. Bulletin #209 March 1974.
ORLANDO ROBERTS (Krekler 1962) D.L. DR. Late glossy double black-red, medium height. Bulletin #166. September 1962.
OXFORD (Krekler 1975) Semi-double, black hybrid. Long lasting.
PAINTED DESERT (Nicholls 1965) (N428) M.D. pink. Rose form, striped coloring on large rounded petals. Dots of pink toward center. Darker in center. Some petals have dark red edging. Parentage Marie Crousse x Spring Beauty. Registered by Gilbert H. Wild & Son. Bulletin #176 March 1965.
PARTY GIRL (Jones 1957) J.M.P. (79) Self-colored pink Jap. Bulletin #150 September 1958.
PATRICIA HANRATTY (Gardener - before 1951) (39/10) J.M. Rose red. Large Jap with rose red guards, rose colored staminodes edged lemon. Blooms saucer shaped, stems strong. Midseason. Registered by Mrs. J. A. Hanratty, Mound, Minnesota, a sister of the originator. All records lost because of death.
PAT VICTOR (Krekler) Jap, white. A cup with crinkled cream edges holds a thick mass of twisty petaloids, tall 36". Dense bush.
PAULA FAY (Orville W. Fay 1968) (61-5) Second generation species hybrid peony. Early 35" height. Five rows of petals. Seedling of Bravura, somewhat fertile to certain pollens. Peony named for his Brother's wife. Bulletin #190 September 1968. Winter hardy.