The American Peony Society
The History of the Peonies and their Originations p. 120
STARDUST (Glasscock-Falk 1964) S.E. White. Grandchild of Le Cygne. Not a hybrid but one of the parents of most of the hybrids and it is the source of white in them. Registered Mrs. Elizabeth Falk, Plainfield, Illinois. Bulletin #172 March 1964.
STACY (Krekler 1963) S.D. E.W. Early semi-double white, 25" high. Named for quaker pastor, Stacy Wesner. Bulletin #169 June 1963.
STEVE NICKELL (Krekler 1975)
STEVE'S PRIDE (Krekler 1975) Double, near white.
STOP LIGHT (Walter Mains) (21C) Officinalis hybrid, 28-32". 5-6" bloom. Full double, bomb type. Cerise-red. Fragrant. Early. Bulletin #190 September 1968.
STYER SEEDLING No. 1 - Early white bomb type. Stems not entirely straight. Registered by J. Franklin Styer. Bulletin #186 September 1967.
STYER SEEDLING No. 2 - Same description as No. 1 but is a light blush pink. Registered by J. Franklin Styer. Bulletin #186 September 1967.
SUMMER CHARM (Lins 1961) D.L. LP. Full double, light salmon-cream pink. Late. Stems good. Bulletin #159 December 1960.
SUNLIGHT (A. P. Saunders) (14400) Hybrid, yellow, single, two or three rows of petals. Saunders lactiflora # 1026 x Saunders 4710 (Mloko x Macro) pollen, seeds occasionally. 35" tall. Very early. Registered by David Reath. Bulletin #208 December 1973.
SUZANNE KREKLER (Krekler 1965) (B-14) Silvery pink double ball-like, medium sized. 33" stems. stamens or pistils. Bulletin #178 September 1965.
SWAMP ANGEL (Wild 1963) J.M. Red-Garnet. Self. 8" in diameter. Strong stems. Bulletin #167 December 1963.
SWEET REFRAIN (Nicholls-Wild & Son 1957) (1003) D.LM. Pink. Blush pink, occasional flecks of carmine in center of petals. Stems stiff. Registered Gilbert H. Wild and Son. Bulletin #143 December 1956.
SYLVER - Originated by Charles Klehm & Son (82-D) (1948) . Parentage, Sister seedling of Charlie's White and sister seedling of Jules Elie. Large double white. 32" tall. Strong stems, rose form. Midseason. Registered by Clarence Lienau, Lienau Peony Gardens. Bulletin #190 September 1968.
TANYA (Jones 1957) (62) D.L. Dark red. Double stamens intermined. Bulletin #150 September 1958.
TED FURRY (Krekler 1962) J.M.R. Midseason, red Jap, long staminodes. Tall. Bulletin #166 September 1962.
TENNIE WEENIE (Brown 1963) (43) J.M.LP. Miniature flower, two inches in diameter, 18 inches tall. Small leaves. Blooms midseason. Jap. type. Awarded the Myron D. Bigger plaque at Kingwood Center 1963. Registered by Mrs. Guy Brown. Bulletin #179 September 1963.
TELESTAR (Auten 1963) D.E.R. Lactiflora. Unfading red. Early. Registered by Edward Auten. Bulletin #171 December 1963.
TERRY GRUDEM (Brand Peony Farm 1963) J.M. Bright red. Midseason. Jap. type. Staminodes matching red, tipped light yellow. Tall 8" bloom. Registered Brand Peony Farms, Faribault, Minneapolis. Bulletin #170 September 1963.
THELMA CAMPBELL (Krekler 1965) (B-39) Deep pink double. 34 Albiflora. Bulletin #178 September 1965.
THERESA GARDENER (Gardener, before 1951) (111) D.L. White, sometimes flecked red, cut flower. Registered by Mrs. J. A. Hanratty, Mound, Minnesota. Bulletin #151 Page 30.
TINY TIM (Tenuifolia Ruba Plena x) Semi-double red. 10" in height. Perfect plant habit. Leaves to the ground. Introduced by Louis Smirnow 1975. Bulletin #216.
TOM ECKHARDT (Krekler 1965) (B-32) Jap. wine-pink fades to pale pink, midseason, 35" stems. Bulletin #178 September 1965.
TOP BRASS (Charles Klehm & Son) (8421) Charley's White x Own seedling. Double bomb type. Mid-season. White with unique yellow topping. Registered by Charles Klehm & Son. Patent applied for. Bulletin #188 March 1968.
TOPEKA CORAL (Bigger 1975) (2-67) Hybrid, coral pink full double bomb type. 24-30" stem. No pollen. Registered by Bigger. Bulletin #214 June 1975.
TOPEKA GARNET (Bigger) (14-59) 1975. Dark red single. 30" stems. Small tuft of stamens. Flower fades some. Registered Myron D. Bigger. Bulletin #214 June 1975.
TOP FLIGHT (Nicholls-Wild & Son 1959) (N407) L.M.D. Blush T.F. Large flowers, fragrant, petals recurved. Registered by Gilbert H. Wild. Bulletin #151 Dece.mber 1958.
TOP HAT(Helen Reynolds 1971) Lactiflora, cardinal red, Jap. yellow centers. 24-32" height, mid-season. 6h x 3 flowers. Registered El Dorado Gardens, El Dorado, Kansas. Bulletin #201 March 1972.
TORCH SONG (Wild) (56-62) Full red. 8" across, 4 ½ deep. Bulletin #186.
TRAFFORD W. BIGGER (Bigger 1966) (17-59) Charm x ?. Dark brown red, Jap, self-color. Yellow tips on staminodes. 36". Registered by Myron D. Bigger. Bulletin #181 June 1966.
TRANQUILTY (Nicholls-Wild & Son 1957) (960) D.M. White bomb. Collar petals large and flaring. Suggestion of yellow at base of the petals. Registered by Gilbert H. Wild & Son. Bulletin #143 December 1956.
TRULY YOURS (Nicholls-Wild & Son 1958)(N1173) D.L.M. Pink. Petals deeply silvered, crinkled edges, occasional red markings. Stiff stems. Registered Gilbert H. Wild & Son. Bulletin #157 December 1957.
TRUTH (Bigger 1968) (12-59) Jayhawker x white high built flower of full rose type. Few stamens 30" tall. Registered by Myron D. Bigger. Bulletin #190 September 1968.
ULTRA (Krekler) (66-B34) Double, solid light pink albiflora. Early, 34". Light yellow stamens slightly seen. Bulletin #182 September 1966.
UTE (Krekler 1966) (660B80). Jap. deep red. Early. Landscape type. 30". Bulletin #182 September 1966.
UP FRONT (Bigger 1970) (7-57) Self color, full rose, medium pink 3" tall. Bulletin #201 March 1972