I am trying to identify the white and pink peonies that grew in my grandmother's midwestern garden. Walking between the row of white and pink peonies was especially heavenly because of the sublime fragrance. So far my closest guess for the pink is Edulus Superba because of the shade of pink, the cup shape when starting to bloom, and the beautiful fragrance. The whites seemed to match in every respect except their color being white with an ocasional red edge to a petal. Nothing in her gardens was ordinary to my young senses. The family background was from Alsace so there were French cultivars of other plants that I can confirm. Any ideas?