Red Delight (Glasscock 1928). A double light red. Rose-type bloom of large size. Guards, collar and petals light red. Shorter petals toward the center. Form of bud, round. Stems stiff to medium. Foliage medium dark green. Cup shaped bloom. A rose fragrance.
Red Magic (Dessert-Mechin 1890). Lactiflora; a semi-double with very large, red flowers and a dark, red tinted foliage. Fragrant; to some people unpleasant. Blooms freely. Early to early midseason with 90 cm tall stems. Also known as 'Adolphe Rousseau'.
Christmas Holiday (Wild 1983). Hybrid; a single bright red flower. Marked by its vivid big flower leaves. One flower per strong, straight stem. Flowering early season. Promising strong flower.
Command Performance (Hollingsworth 1996). Lactiflora; a cardinal red bomb. No pollen or stamens. Moderate increase, one bud per stem. Flower grows to a 15 cm globe, carpels greenish yellow, tipped pale pink. Strong fragrance. Medium green foliage, veined lighter.
America (Rudolph 1976). A large single hybrid of a brilliant scarlet, a hue with great carrying power in the landscape. Firm straight stems of 90 cm length with a flower on every stem. Flowering early midseason. A beautiful, healthy peony with good cutting qualities.