This peony flies under the radar.  Its clear yellow flowers can appear almost double, but the lighter gold ‘Age of Gold’ and the clear yellow ‘High Noon’ are both much more widely grown. 

Silvia wrote that it had a less finished and not as prettily furled flower as ‘Age of Gold’. 

Cultivar: Alhambra
Year: 1948
Seedling No: 13000
Group: Golden Hind
Flower: Color: clear yellow, small red layered flares
Form: semi-double, 6-8 rows of petals, ruffled
Blooms: Week 5
Carpels: green
Stigmas: cream
Sheath: cream
Stamens: filaments red except yellow just below anther, moderately abundant
Plant: Habit: bush
Foliage color: medium green
Foliage form: slightly more narrow than average
Height: 54″ on 7 year old plant
Recommendation: Recommended
Availability: Few specialty nurseries