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Pink Knock Out® Rose

Rosa 'Radcon' (PP# 15,070)

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Pink Knock Out® Rose

Rosa 'Radcon' (PP# 15,070)

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Rosa 'Radcon' (PP# 15,070)

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The Pink Knockout Rose is a fabulous addition to any garden. Planted alone, or even better, in groups, this rose brings flower color to your garden for months and months. Unlike most other kinds of roses, it never stops blooming, from spring to fall. Not only that, it is specially bred to be disease-resistant too, so you can forget about all that spraying, or looking at bare bushes by mid-summer. This tough rose is hardy right through zone 5, and needs just a single trim in spring to be perfect all the time. It grows to a compact 3 or 4 feet tall, so it will fit perfectly into a small garden. Plant a row along a path or driveway, and enjoy beauty and color for months. Plant groups among other shrubs, to keep your garden looking colorful. You can even grow this plant in containers or planters, where it can decorate your patio, deck or terrace.

  • Clear pink flowers on a compact, rounded bush
  • The easiest type of rose to grow
  • Never stops flowering, from spring to fall
  • Disease and pest resistant too
  • Ideal choice for planting in garden beds

Plant your Pink Knockout Rose in a sunny location for the best flowering, but this reliable rose will grow well even in partly-shaded areas of your garden too. It will grow in all kinds of soil, including heavy clays, and it is just as happy in zone 9 as it is in zone 5. Use plenty of organic material when planting your rose bush, and use a rose food regularly. Keep well-watered during dry periods. If you have found roses hard to grow, now is the time to try again – and succeed – with the easy-to-grow Pink Knockout Rose.