These stately 6-foot stems, adorned with glowing pink trumpet-shaped flowers are truly in a class by themselves; perfect form, thick stems, hardiness and lovely fragrance. We first viewed this lily in 2009 (following a nearly 10 hour drive) tucked into a stand of old growth Douglas Fir in British Columbia at the home of its hybridizer, Dick Bazett. 'Pink Jazz' was breathtaking in the near 100 F. heat and with an almost "awe shucks, toe-in-the-sand" embarrassment, Dick was not able to hide the highly deserved pride he had for his "baby," any more than we could contain our joy and excitement. Introduced in 2010, 'Pink Jazz' was quick to sell out and we again have a very small, limited crop for 2015 fall delivery which will sell out quickly so don't wait on this one. 6 Feet or more once established. July/August Flowering.
From WisconsináHi Bob, You may just get an email from me every time this lily blooms for the rest of your life. Year one it was splendid, year two, well, it has more than doubled in the wow factor. It's one of those lilies that you think of possible crosses, using it as a pod parent, and you can't think of any way to come up with something better.
Yes indeed, this lily was worth every cent. I can't imagine you guys standing by the clump you have pictured on the website. It must have been awesome.
So what I am trying to say is thank you. Thank you for getting through to me a couple of years ago when I asked about this lily. Between you and Dick (Bazett), you both convinced me to give it a try. There is nothing like it.
Bulb Size - Our standard for bulbs of this lily cultivar ranges from Premium-size╗ (16/18 cm) to Exhibition-size╗ (over 20 cm). Click here for details.
Classification: Orienpet Hybrid Lily Bulb (USDA Zones 5-9, the colder climates of this range must provide winter mulching.)