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Pink Double Knock Out® Rose - Tree Form

Rosa x 'Radtkopink' (PP#18,507)

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Pink Double Knock Out® Rose - Tree Form

Rosa x 'Radtkopink' (PP#18,507)

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Botanical Name

Rosa x 'Radtkopink' (PP#18,507)

Outdoor Growing zone

5-9

Mature Height

5-6

Mature Width

3-4

Sun needs

Full Sun, Partial Sun

The Double Pink Knock Out® Rose in a tree-form is a taller plant, with a rounded crown on a short stem. It combines all the beauty and endless flowering of Knock Out roses with the extra height of a small tree, so the flowers are brought right up to your view. It grows to about 6 feet tall, with a crown that is 3 feet across. From spring to fall it is covered with large, double, rich pink flowers, set against healthy, glossy foliage. For trouble-free rose growing it can’t be beaten, and it grows easily in almost every garden, from zone 5 to zone 9. Use it in narrow beds for height, or in the middle areas of larger beds. Plant a row along a picket fence, or grow it in a large planter or container, with room beneath for lots more flowers.

  • Double pink flowers on a short tree
  • Very easy to grow
  • Always in bloom, spring, summer and fall
  • Naturally healthy and resists rose diseases
  • Perfect in beds or planters

Grow your Double Pink Knock Out® Rose Tree in full sun, although it will tolerate a couple of hours a day of shade well. It grows best in heavier soils, enriched with plenty of organic material, and they should be kept moist, but well-drained. Unlike most other roses, it is resistant to black-spot, mildew and rust, and so vigorous pests are ignored. A simple pruning in spring is all the care it needs, because the flowers drop naturally, so dead-heading is not needed. In containers use house-plant compost mixed with one-third garden soil.

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