Year Registered: 1928
Breeder/registrant: Brand, A.M.
Official registration can be found at: The American Peony Society
9.04. S. M. Blush white fading white. Tall erect, excellent form, one of the three best white singles. An exhibition flower. Fine for garden.
Award of Landscape Merit (ALM) description: ‘Krinkled White’ (Brand, A.M., 1928) Lactiflora Group, Mid-season, 32? — A medium-sized single with pure white taffeta-textured petals surrounding a yellow mound of stamens, with white-tipped carpels peeking through. Many side buds prolong the bloom season. Strong slender stems. Opens light pink in cool wet weather. It withstands drought well and is noted for its performance under adverse conditions. Consistent, reliable and guileless. With moderate care, ‘Krinkled White’ is capable of handsome fall foliage, sporting orangey stems and fresh looking yellow-green leaves. Proven performer in all regions—growing well up north and as far south as Shreveport, Louisiana and Birmingham, Alabama.