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Pensacola Varieties

 

Varieties Description
Amy Doodle Cream white with light pink shading to dark pink/red. Large.The medium green leaves average 3.75"x1.75" with  low serration. The growth rate is average. M. U.S. 2008 G.C. Olsen
   
An-Flo Lee Dark Red.  Large.  Full peony to anemone form.  Vigorous upright growth.  M.  U.S. 1949 - R. Lee
   
Augusta Morn Carmine.  large. Single with ruffled petals and yellow anthers.  Vigorous, compact, upright growth.  M.  U.S.  1960 - O.J. Faircloth
   
B.C. Goodman Light pink with dark pink stripes on some petals.  Medium, full peony form.  Vigorous, open growth.  Distinct fragrance.  E.  U.S. 1950 - B.C. Goodman
   
Babe Harrison Rose pink.  Medium, semidouble to peony form.  Vigorous, open, upright growth.  E.L.  U.S. 1954 - Filo Turner
   
Babs Alsip This 15-year-old C. japonica seedling first bloomed in 1996.  It was originated by the late Ed Alsip, and propagated by Gordon Eade of Pensacola, Fl.  The 4" semidouble bloom has 11-14 white fluted petals and some flowers have 2-3 petaloids.  Flower has unique form with usually having 5 petals in top ring.  Blooms midseason.  (U.S. 2003 Gordon E. Eade)
   
Beau Harp Red.  Medium to large peony form.  Vigorous, upright growth.  E.M.  U.S.  1949 - Wilkinson
   
Bessie Bowman Rose pink to rose pink and white.  Medium, semi-double with irregular petals to peony form.  Medium, spreading growth.  M.L.  U.S.  1957 - Bowman
   
Bette Anne The medium sized - 3 3/4" x 2 1/2" [treated  5 1/2" x 2 1/2"] rose form double form flower is light lavender pink.  The bloom consists of 65 untreated, 76 treated petals.  The plant is a profuse bloomer.  The flower falls in one piece and is long lasting and has a unique color. is long lasting and has a unique color.
   
Bill Stout White lightly marked rose red.  Small to medium, full peony form.  Slow upright growth.  E.  U.S.  1981 - I. Meriwether
   
Bob Sansing Hybrid with reticulata parentage - red, large to very large, semi-double.  Vigorous, upright growth.  M.L.  Seedling of Crimson Robe.  U.S.  1981 - Pursel
   
Bowman White Cream white.  Medium to large, peony form.  Vigorous, upright growth.  L.  U.S.  1957-Bowman
   
C.M. Wilson Light pink sport of elegans (Chandler) var (Shiro-chan) U.S. 1949 - Mrs. A.E. Wilson
   
C.M. Wilson Var. Light pink shaded white - 1950 - Mrs. A.E. Wilson
   
Campari White White sport of campari.  U.S.  1980 - Bob Sansing
   
Carol's Katie Pink to rose pink. Medium sized.pink to rose pink U.S 2008 C. Comber
   
Charles Kahn White with each petal bearing several bright red streaks.  Medium loose peony form.  Vigorous.  Willowy growth.  EM.  U.S.  1951 - J.L. Kahn
   
Charles Turner Dark red.  Medium, semi-double.  Vigorous upright growth.  M.L.  U.S.  1954 - Filo Turner
   
Chief Slack White blotched and striped red on one side of flower.  Large, peony form.  Medium open growth.  M.  U.S.  1951 - G.J.  Slack
   
Cindy B White striped rose.  Very large, semi-double.  Vigorous, open upright growth.  M.  U.S.  1965 - T. Herrin
   
Daddy Mac The large sized - 4 1/2" x 3" [treated 5 1/2" x 4"] peony to anemone form flower is white with flecks and streaks of dark red coral pink and light red to medium pink mixed in an irregular pattern throughout the bloom.  It has light yellow anthers and yellow filaments.  The flower is long lasting.  The bloom has 2 rows of guard petals, numbering about 14 to 18. The outside row flat or slightly curved back and the inside row often folded and turned upright producing “rabbit ears”.  The inside of bloom is a profusion of about 110 to 190 petaloids mixed with hidden stamens and a few larger curved irregular upright petals.  It won the Best Seedling award at the Gulf Coast Shows in the early 1980's.ht petals.  It won the Best Seedling award at the Gulf Coast Shows in the early 1980's.
   
Dante's Inferno Scarlet.  Medium, peony form.  Slow, compact growth.  M.  U.S.  1951 - J.L. Kahn
   
Dawson Pink Dark pink.  Medium, semi-double of tiered form.  Medium, pendulous growth.  M.  U.S.  1955 -Bowman
   
Dixie Beggs Medium, red, semi-double.  Plant growth is upright, dense.  M.L.  U.S.  1992 ACS 2256, William C. Stout
   
Don-Mac Dark red.  Medium to large, semi-double to loose peony form with curled and creped petals surrounding a large mass of white stamens.  Medium upright growth.  E.L.  U.S.  1956 - Mrs. S.W. Donohoo.  ACS no. 273
Don-Mac Var. Var. form of Don-Mac.  Dark red and white.
   
Dr. Bill Harrison Deep rose pink to coral pink to keep blush pink.  Large, semi-double with upright, whilred petal intermingled with stamens.  Vigorous, upright growth.  M.  U.S.  1950 - Wilkinson
   
Dr. John Bell Var. form of Beau Harp - dark red heavily var, white.  U.S.  1960 - Harrison
   
Ed Alsip This C. japonica chance seedling first bloomed in 1996.  It was originated by Ed Alsip and propagated by Gordon Eade of Pensacola, FL.  The 3" baby pink formal dobule bloom has color decreasing to blush at the center.  The petals also decrease in size toward the center, are pointed and cupped upward.  Blooms midseason.  (U.S. 2005, Gordon E. Eade)
   
Edwin S. Northup Cream white.  Large peony form with notched petals.  Vigorous, spreading growth.  M. U.S.  1950 -Wilkinson
   
Elegans Supreme Sprot of Elegans (Chandler).  Rose pink with very deep petal serrations.  U.S.  1960 - W.F. Bray
   
Elizabeth Le Bey Light rose pink.  Large, loose to full peony form with large petals and large erect petaloids.  Vigorous, pendulous growth.  E.L.  U.S.  1948 -Wilkinson
   
Elizabeth Le Bey Blush Sport of Elizabeth Le Bey- Light pink margined, white.  U.S.  1966 - Mrs.  W.H.  Harrison
   
Elizabeth Le Bey Var. Var. form of Elizabeth Le Bey - light rose pink and white.  1966 - Mrs. W.M. Harrison
   
Elinore Lee-White Medium, anemone to peony form.  M.  U.S.  1948 -R. Lee
   
Elimira Lee-White Medium, peony form.  U.S.  1948-R.  Lee
   
Em Hyer Dark red with purplish cast at petal edges.  Large, rose form double.  Vigorous, open growth.  M.  U.S.  1954 - Filo Turner
   
Elizabeth Herrin Light pink.  Large, semi-double.  Mediu, compact growth.  M.  U.S.  1946 - T. Herrin
   
Filo Junior Light pink.  Medium, full peony form.  Open pendulous growth.  M.  U.S. 1954 - F. Turner
   
Flora Cooper Small to medium, pink formal double, sometime with stamens.    Japonica chance seedling.  Mid season to late.  Upright growth.  ACS 2457.  William C. Stout
   
Flora Stout Medium, rose pink veined ligheter.  Semi-double.  Sansanqua chance seedling.  Early.  Dense growth.  ACS 2365.  William C. Stout
   
Frances Leonard Shell to coral pink.  Mediu, formal double.  Vigorous, open growth.  L.  U.S.  1954 - F. Turner
   
Francis Rooney Pink.  Medium, semi-dobule to peony form.  Vigorous, upright growth.  E.L.  U.S.  1954 - F. Turner
   
Gaynell Bright clear pink.  Large, anemone form.  Medium, open growth.  E.M.  U.S.  1966 - Bray
   
Genolden Blush Blush pink.  medium, peony form.  Medium, growth.  M.  U.S.  1984 - R.H. Enfinger.  Cantonment, FL
   
Governor Kennon Rose pink.  Medium, semi-double to anemone form with notched, outer guard petals.  Vigorous, compact growth.  E.M.  U.S.  1953 - F. Turner
   
Hazel E. Herrin Old rose.  Medium to large, semi-double with loose, wide petals and large petaloids.  Medium, open growth.  M.  U.S.  1949 - T. Herrin
   
Hazel E. Herrin Var. Var. form of Hazel E. Herrin = old rose blotched white.  U.S.  1949 - T. Herrin
   
Helen K. Delicate pink at base, gradually darker towards edge and edged pale lavender.  medium, peony form.  Vigorous, compact growth.  E.M.  U.S.  1951 - J.L. Kahn
   
Irene Coker White, lightly striped medium pink, occasionally solid pink.  Medium, rose form double.  Medium.  Compact growth.  E.M.  U.S.  1955 - B.F. Coker
   
Irene Coker Pink Medium pink sport of Irene Coker.  E.M.  -B.F. Coker
   
Jack Frost White.  Semi-double with frosted appearance on upper surface of petals.  M.L.  U.S.  1957 - Bowman
   
James Leonard White with occasional blotches of rose pink.  Medium anemone form.  Vigorous, upright growth.  M.  U.S.  1954 - F. Turner
   
Janet K. Rose to pink Var. white.  Small, formal double with six tiers of petals.  Vigorous, upright growth.  M.  U.S.  1977 - T.E. Lundy
   
John Edwards ACS Reg. #2669  This C. japonica chance seedling first bloomed in 1975.  It was originated by John K. Edwards, Jr. of Pensacola, FL.  The 6" dark red semi-double flower has gold anthers and gold filaments.  The plant is a profuse bloomer and the blooms show heavy petal texture.  The plant is upright and spreading with average growth rate blooming med-season-late.
   
Joshua Durr Rose red.  Large, peony form.  Vigorous, open upright growth.  M.L.  U.S.  1981 - T.E. Lundy
   
Judge Stout Medium to large.  Very light pink inner petals, outer petals edged dark pink.  Semi-double japonica chance seedling.  Mid season.  Plant growth upright dense.  ACS 2413. William C. Stout
   
Lady Estelle Peel Dark pink shaded to pale pink.  Very large, semi-double with ruffled petals intermingled with petaloids and stamens.  Medium growth.  M.  U.S.  1985 - V.E. Magette
   
Lady Laura Pink Var. rose.  Large peony form.  medium, upright growth.  M.  U.S.  1972 - T.E. Lundy
   
Laura Cooper Medium, pale pink striped deeper pink.  Formal double.  Japonica chance seedling.  Mid season. plant growth upright, dense.  ACS 2280. 1993 - William C. Stout
   
Little Babe Dark red small.  Rose formal double.  Vigorous, compact growth.  E.L.  U.S.  1974 - W.M.  Harrison
   
Little Babe Var.
   
Lolit.a Red moired white or light pink.  Large semi-double to peony form.  Vigorous, upright growth.  M.  U.S.  1962 - W.M. Harrison
   
Lori Clevenger The small to medium sized - 3" x 2" [treated 3 1/2" x 2 1/4"] peony form flower is dark pink with streaks and flecks of dark coral pink.  It has light yellow anthers and yellow filaments.  The bloom consists of 28 petals and 256 petaloids.  The flower falls in one piece and is long lasting and shows consistent form.
   
Lucy Rooney Creamy white, peppered and streaked tyran pink.  Medium, peony form.  Slow, open growth.  M.  U.S.  1954 - F. Turner
   
Lucy Turner White to cream white with occasional small pink stripes.  Large, full peony form.  Medium, compact growth.  M.  U.S.  1954 - F. Turner
   
Lundy's Legacy The medium to large sized peony form flower is rich coral red with blush pink fringe. It has gold anthers and cream filaments. The bloom consists of 35 - 40 untreated, 40 - 45 treated petals and 0 - 10 petaloids. The plant is a profuse bloomer. The flower falls in one piece and is long lasting.
   
Luscious Lady Dark red.  Large, peony form with heavy textured petals.  Medium growth.  E.M.  (Reported to be sport of mathiotonia)  U.S.  1961 - Harrison
   
Margaret Noonan Light pink rose striped and splashed darker rose pink.  Medium peony form.  Vigorous, open, upright growth.  M.  U.S.  1950 - W.S. Duncan
   
Maguerite Turner Cream white lightly striped and flaked pink.  Large semi-double to peony form with alternating clusters of stamens, petals and large petaloids.  Vigorous, compact growth.  E.M.  U.S.  1954 - F. Turner
   
Marian Faircloth Light pink with dark pink stripes.  Large, peony form.  Medium, spreading growth.

   
Marian Harrison Cerise pink.  Large, anemone to peony form.  Medium, open upright growth.  M.  U.S.  1961 - Harrison
   
Marjorie Magnificent Light pink.  Medium, semi-double to anemone form.  Medium compact growth.  E.M.  U.S.  1949 - Wilkinson
   
Mary Merritt Dark red with filaments.  medium, semi-double.  Vigorous upright growth.  M.  1954 - F. Turner
   
Meme Medium pink fading to pale pink in center.  Large, formal double.  Vigorous, spreading growth.  E.M.  (Seedling of reticulata hybrid Diamond Head)  U.S.  1982 - T.E. Lundy
   
Mini-Alba White.  Miniature, peony form.  Medium, compact growth.  M.L.  &.S.  1981 - T.E. Lundy
   
Miss Jennie Peach pink outer petals to almost white in center.  Large rose form double.  Vigorous, spreading grwoth.  E.M.  (Hybrid Brigadoon x Hybrid El Dorado).  U.S.  1982 - T.E. Lundy
   
Miss Lucy Light pink flecked rose.  Small, formal double.  Medium growth.  M.L.  U.S.  1976 - T.E. Lundy
   
Most Precious Light pink to light rose pink as flower ages.  Large, semi-double.  Medium, upright growth.  M.  U.S.  1959 - E.S. Simpson
   
Norwilk Turkey red.  Medium, semi-double to peony form.  Medium growth.  M.L.  U.S.  1957 - Wilkinson
   
O.K. Bowman Orange red to orange red blotched white.  Medium to large, semi-double to anemone form with white stamens.  Medium, compact growth.  M.  U.S.  1957 - Bowman
   
Pensacola Belle Rose pink.  Medium, full peony form.  Medium, open, spreading growth.  M.  U.S.  1957 - Mrs. C.D.
   
Pensacola Red Dark red.  Large, peony to anemone form with red stamens.  Vigorous, upright growth.  M.  U.S.  1958 - Bowman
   
Peggy's Blush Medium white with peach blush, formal double.  Growth - upright.  Dense.  M.L.  U.S.  1991 - ACS  2220 - Don Applegate
   
Pop's Perfection The small to medium sized - 3" x 2" [treated 3 1/2" x 2 1/4"] peony form flower is dark pink with streaks and flecks of dark coral pink.  It has light yellow anthers and yellow filaments.  The bloom consists of 28 petals and 256 petaloids.  The flower falls in one piece and is long lasting and shows consistent form.
   
Princess Lavender Lavender pink.  Large, semi-double.  Vigorous, compact growth.  M.  U.S.  1950 - Wilkinson
   
Raspberry Sherbet ACS Reg. #2733, this C. japonica seedling first bloomed in 2003.  It was originated by Gordon E. Eade of Pensacola, Florida.  The 4.50" semi-double light fuchsia bloom has yellow anthers and white filaments.  The anthers are distributed in bunches amongst the petals.  It blooms mid-season to late, is long lasting, falls in one piece and blooms show consistent form.
   
Rhoda Gonzalez White.  Medium, full peony.  Vigorous open growth.  E.  U.S.  1952 - Mrs. C.F. Gonzales
   
Richard Turner Bright red.  Large, semi-double to peony form.  Vigorous upright growth.  M.  U.S.  1954 - F. Turner
   
Rose Ann Delicate pink with pale lavender tinge at tips of petals.  medium, full peony form  Slow upright growth.  M.  U.S.  1951 - Kahn
   
Rox Cowley White to cream suffused with pink specks, or small blotches.  Medium, full peony form.  Vigorous, compact growth.  M.  U.S.  1952 - Wilkinson
   
Ruth C. McNair The large sized - 4 3/4" x 3" [treated 5 3/4" x 3 1/4"] peony form flower is white.  It has yellow anthers and white filaments.  The bloom consists of 40 petals and 115 petaloids.  The flower falls in one piece, has a slight fragrance, a heavy petal texture and is consistent in form.  3 to 4 rows of large, broad, layered outer petals which are slightly down-curved. Inner petals are upward and fluted and sometimes crinkled and irregular. It won a Best Seedling award in the Gulf Coast Show in the 1980's.
   
Sam Simpson Rose red.  Large, semi-double with one or two tweisted upright petals.  Medium, open upright growth.  M.  U.S.  1959 - E.S. Simpson
   
Sally Kennedy Light salmon pink.  Medium, semi-double with whirl of large, outer petals and a few smaller petals or petaloids intermingled with stamens in center.  Vigorous, open, upright grwoth.  E.M.  U.S.  1954 - F. Turner
   
Sarah Dean White.  Large, semi-doubled.  Vigorous, open growth.  M.L.  U.S.  1966 - Bray
   
Seville Square Medium to dark red.  Large, semi-double to peony form.  Slow, open, pendulous growth.  E.M.  U.S.  1978 -  I. Meriwether
   
Shannon Nelson Dark rose pink.  Large semi-double with fluted petals to loose peony form.  Medium growth.  E.M.  U.S.  1966 - Bray
   
Sharon Rose  
   
Shivel Duncan Red.  Medium, semi-double to loose peony form.  Upright growth.  M.  U.S.  1957 - Mrs. W.S. Duncan
   
Sporting Class The medium sized - 3 1/2" x 2 1/4" [treated 4" x (2 1/2" - 2 3/4")] peony form flower is white with flecks, streaks and petals of dark coral pink, medium pink and light pink; mixed throughout in an irregular pattern.  It has white with a yellow tint anthers and yellow filaments.  The bloom consists of 42 - 45 petals and 44 - 115 petaloids.  The flower falls in one piece and shows consistent form.  It won Best Seedling 4” and Larger in the Pensacola Show in 2006.
   
Terry Clayton Newell Light pink.  Large, semi-double to peony form.  Vigorous, upright growth.  E.L.  U.S.  1966 - Bray
   
Tiny Tim Ahses of roses.  Large, semi-double of 'Magnoliaeflora' form.  Slow, dwarf growth.  (U.S. 1949 - Herrin).
   
Tiny Tim Var. Ashes of roses and white form of 'Tiny Tim'.
   
Tom Herrin White marked red occasionally sporting red, large semi-double to peony form.  Vigorous, upright growth.  M.  U.S.  1962 - Hrrin
   
Tom Herrin Red Red sport of Tom Herrin.  U.S.  1962 - Herrin
   
Turner Camp Dark red.  Large, semi-double with irregular petals.  Medium, compact growth.  M.  U.S.  1954 - F. Turner
   
Victoria Martin (2523) - This rose form double C. japonica is from 'Lady Laura' and 'Lady Laura'.  The pink 4" flowers have flecks of red.  The long lasting exhibition flowers are cone-shaped and fall in one piece.  The upright plant blooms mid-season.  U.S.  2000 - T. E. Lundy.
   
William Forrest Bray Dark red with darker veins and purple border.  Large, formal double.  Vigorous compact growth.  M.L.  U.S.  1966 - Bray
   
William Forrest Bray Var. Dark red blotched white.  1966 - Bray
   
Wonder of White

This formal double, 20 year old C. Japonica chance seedling has 3.75" white blooms with 66 petals.  Flowers fall in one piece.  The plant has upright and vigorous growth and blooms profusely early-midseason.  U.S.  2001, Gordon E. Eade.