FULLY DOUBLE FLOWERS REBLOOM FROM SPRING THROUGH FALL IN A DEEP PINK COLOR
The Double Pink Knockout® Rose Tree is sure to turn heads! It is the same Double Pink Knockout Rose Bush we know and love except pruned into tree form. With twice the petals and double the blooms, the Rose Tree will add a vibrant accent to your landscaping project or patio!
Growing roses can be simple with the pink knockout rose tree. The flowering rose tree comes with the same pest and disease resistance as all the Knockout and Drift Roses from Star Roses. It also boasts the same heat and drought tolerance qualities once established. Knockout rose trees kept in a pot is very low maintenance, and only needs an annual application of our slow release fertilizer.
The Double Knockout Rose tree can re-bloom all year if deadheaded regularly. This rose plant produces rich, cherry red to hot pink blossoms that will continue to grow until the first hard frost of winter. Pink roses will bloom from spring until mid-summer before the weather gets too hot.
Contrasting the vibrant red blooms is dark green foliage that will stay green throughout the year. The Pink Double Knock Rose tree is the perfect gift for the rose lover in your life and will be the gift that keeps on giving. If you’re looking for a rose bush with the same qualities, our Knock Out Rose Bushes will not fail to impress.
HOW TO TAKE CARE OF KNOCKOUT ROSE TREE
The Knockout Rose Patio Tree comes in a 3-gallon container and measures 3-4 feet tall. It is perfect for keeping in a container for your porch or patio, planting in the ground as a specimen tree, or planted in groups.
Grow the cold-hardy knockout rose tree in a pot across the United States in USDA hardiness zones 5-10. This low maintenance rose variety is not picky and will tolerate a wide range of planting sites and soil types. Apply a thick layer of mulch to retain moisture.
Grow in full sun to partial shade for best results. You may experience fewer flowers if planted in a more shaded area. Moist, well-draining soil is best to prevent root rot on the root systems. A slow release fertilizer will help give the flowering tree a good boost of nutrients if applied in the early spring. Although this deciduous tree can be kept in a container, you can plant the rose tree during early spring or fall in zones 8-10. Dig a hole double the size of the root ball, and ensure that the soil is slightly acidic. Roses do best in soil with a ph between 6 and 6.5. Check out our rose soil mix, specially made for the perfect blooms.
Double Red knockout roses are easy to care for and provide beautiful rose blooms during the spring and summer blooming season.
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Full Sun / Partial Shade
Growing Zones 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
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Purchased 5!!!!! to surround my fountain ⛲️
Hi Sarah! Thank you for your 5-star review and your Double Pink Knock Out® Rose Tree order. Smell you later!
Perfect Plants ARE!
Purchased 4 to go around my three-tier fountain. Decided later that 5 would be even better. There was a snafu with the 5 order, but it was easily rectified later on.
Hi Sarah! Love how well everything is going with your Double Pink Knock Out® Rose Tree. Thank you for supporting our small family business. Smell you later.
Perfect Plants Are Just… Perfect!!
Purchased 4- Knock Outs, then another to make 5 around my 3-Tier fountain all in pink. They are happy and thriving. Luv the "Lolli-pop" look. Had a problem when I ordered the 5th, but it was resolved immediately. Thanks so much! My prefect plants are perfect:)
Hi Sarah. We're nothing but grateful for your support and kind words. We are thrilled everything is going well with your Double Pink Knock Out® Rose Tree. Take care!
This tree has been a revelation! Blooming with happiness from the moment I planted it in a pot on our balcony, underplanted with ivy & impatiens. I’m told to cut it way back & wrap with burlap to survive winter.
Hi Jayne, Thank you for your continued support. Very glad that the Double Pink Knockout Rose Tree came in blooming. You'll be happy to hear that these trees are very hardy in almost any weather and adding a thick layer of mulch will help retain all the moisture when you water it, so that should also help.
The rose trees are doing well they came in a day or two and look happy and growing.
Hi Earl, Thanks again for the continued support! We're glad that our Double Pink Knockout Rose Tree came in blooming!