'Cynthia' peony References
Book (Apr 1907) Page(s) 62.
616. CYNTHIA, P .
(1) 1896, The Gardening World, Vol. 12, p. 622.
(2) 1905, Terry's Cat.
(3) 1906, May & Go's Cat. p. 90.
(4) 1906, Thos. Meehan's Cat. p. 47.
Book (1907) Page(s) 25.
I might have mentioned some of Terry's, which are of especial merit on account of robustness, hardiness and beauty. His Etta, Victor, Morning Star, Prince of Wales, Bell Hough, Sada Evans and Cynthia stand well at the head. ...C.S. Harrison
Book (1907) Page(s) 37.
Cynthia. Terry, 1898. Charming, light rose, fading to white, reminding one of Agnes Mary Kelway, which it surpasses in beauty and vigor, as grown in Nebraska. A flower with a future.