The American Peony Society
Nomenclature 1976-186 p.15
LADY IN PINK
KEVIN - William H. Krekler, Somerville, Ohio. 1975. Large, silvered double pink. Early, low bush, lasts. 1976 check list, name only. Bulletin #219.
KINGS CROWN - William a. Krekler, Somerville, Ohio, June 1977. Seedling #510. Lactiflora, large dull red Jap. Cream topped petaloides. Best. Registered by Roy Klehm. Bulletin #223.
KINGWOOD IMP (K 128)-William H. Krekler, May 1978. Hybrid, 17-inch very different Jap type red. Bulletin #227.
LADY IN PINK-William H. Krekler, Somerville, Ohio, May 1977. Hybrid, blooms before May 6. Seedling #326, single, light pink cup. Dense green bush. Bulletin #223.
LANDMARK (K 105)-William H. Krekler, May 1978. 36-inch, cutter type, big light red single. Bulletin #227.
LAVENDER LACE (22-62) - Myron D. Bigger, 201 N. Rice Road, Topeka, Kansas 66616, 1979. Parentage unknown. Japanese type bloom that is a nice lavender with stamenodes the same color edged with yellow. White to green carpels. Thirty-six inch stems with dark green foliage.
LEMON CHIFFON-David Reath, July 7, 1981. Seedling # Reath 80-4, double hybrid; parentage Salmon Dream x Reath No. F-3: Cream Delight x Moonrise; first bloomed 1980. Lemon yellow, hybrid, double ball; stamens pollen, and seeds; heavy substance, floriferous; strong stems, bloom held erect; 32-inches; midseason hybrids, June 11; attractive deep green foliage. A very fertile seedling with bloom of bomb to ball-type double.
LITTLE EMPEROR -Krekler-Klehm, June 8, 1985. #285. Hybrid, fuchsia single cup with golden stamens. Carpels are creamy celery green with rosy tips. Bloom width 3 ¼", petal width 1 ½", 12" in height. Fragrant, bloom high above foliage. Early, clean slender medium green foliage. Rock Garden Series. Klehm Nursery. Bulletin #255.
LINDA HOOVER - Franklin Styer, 1939. Formerly registered Styer Seedling No. 2. Bulletin #186. Mutant of Mons Jules Elie. Blush shade of light pink with a creamy content, early bomb type. Stems not entirely straight. Franklin Styer, 1976. Bulletin #220.
LITTLE JOE - William H. Krekler, Somerville, Ohio, June 1977. Seedling # 523. Lactiflora, gay, flat purple-red, open center, semi-double. Registered by Roy Klehm. Bulletin #223.
LITTLE JOHN (K 806)-William H. Krekler, May 197. Hybrid, 13-inch, fair-sized single red flower. Dwarf. Bulletin #227.
LITTLE LADY - Krekler-Klehm, June 19, 1985. #745. single hybrid. A vivid rose pink almost watermelon color. The cupped blooms are 2 ½" wide and the petals l ¼" wide. Stamens, fragrant; the carpels are white and tipped with rose pink. Height 13 ½", fair stem strength, medium olive green and moderately heavy foliage. Rock Garden Series. Klehm Nursery. Bulletin #265.
LITTLE PRINCESS (K 734)-William H. Krekler, May 22, 1978. Hybrid, 18-inch single orange-red. Registered by Roy Klehm. Bulletin #229.
LITTLE SNIPPET-Krekler-Klehm, May 31, 1985. #153. Hybrid, raspberry pink single cup with loose fringe of pale golden stamens. Fragrant, good substance, stamens, good stem strength, early, 19" bloom height, 13" bush height. Medium green, clean slender foliage. Bloom width 4"; petal width 2". Rock Garden Series. Klehm Nursery. Bulletin #255.
LLOYD KENNEDY-Krekler Farms, Somerville, Ohio. Wm. H. Krekler, 1976. Parentage unknown. Late double white lactiflora. Sulpher glow in center of flower. A small hole in the center of a high built flower. Some red under collar petals. Slow to open large buds, one bud per stem, good substance, no stamens. Named for Ohio Nursery Inspector.