Roselette - Very Early Hybrid, pink, single, cupped petals are warm pink, sometimes streaked slightly darker, fragrant, dependable, notably free of late frost injury to flower buds, erect stems, light green foliage is durable all season, (Saunders, 1950). www.peonyshop.com
Rosy Prospects - Midseason Itoh Hybrid, semi-double, white, blush to white petals deepen to near purple in center, named for ragged petal edges on this attractively colored flower, Rosy Prospects was known as Ragaddy Ann but renamed in 2013, (Anderson) www.peonyshop.com
Red Charm - Early Hybrid, anemone bomb, deep red, normal grower, thick strong stems, it belongs on the “exclusive” list of well paid cutflowers, American Peony Society Gold Medal 1956 & APS Grand Champion National Exhibitions 1951 & 1965,(Glascock 1944). www.peonyshop.com
~Singing In The Rain - Midseason Itoh Hybrid, semi-double Rose-type, apricot, blooms appears light orange upon opening, fading to yellow, lightly fragrant, first bloomed 2000, (Donald Smith, USA, 2002). www.peonyshop.com
~Dinner Plate - Late Midseason Lactiflora, double pink, a huge soft pink with tints of salmon, double rose type, fragrant, strong grower, dark green foliage, American Peony Society Best in Show - Grand Champion 1973, (Klehm 1968).
Ursa Major - Midseason Lactiflora, Japanese deep carmine red/cream/white with carmine stigma, center starts a light, straw colored cream and changes to white with soft undertones, good substance, strong stems, good foliage, (Roy Klehm, USA, 2000). www.peonyshop.com