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1 Gal. The Pink Double Knock Out Rose Bush with Pink Flowers

  • Low maintenance rose needs full sun; water when soil is dry
  • Plant in-ground or in containers once threat of frost has passed
  • Double, pink blooms; easy care with superior disease resistance
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Product Overview

The Double Knockout Rose represents the next generation in the family of The Knockout Roses. The full double flowers look just like a classic rose. Continuous flowers from spring through frost. Drought tolerant and self-cleaning - no need to deadhead. Perfect for containers, landscapes and as accents.
  • USDA zones 5-11
  • Mature size 48 in. W x 48 in. H
  • Deciduous- foliage loss in winter and new growth in spring
  • Loves the sun
  • Deep, purplish green foliage
  • Ships dormant winter through early spring



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Rose TypeShrubShrubShrubShrub
Hardiness Zone10 (30 to 40 F),11 (40 to 50 F),5 (-20 to -10 F),6 (-10 to 0 F),7 (0 to 10 F),8 (10 to 20 F),9 (20 to 30 F)10 (30 to 40 F),11 (40 to 50 F),5 (-20 to -10 F),6 (-10 to 0 F),7 (0 to 10 F),8 (10 to 20 F),9 (20 to 30 F)10 (30 to 40 F),11 (40 to 50 F),5 (-20 to -10 F),6 (-10 to 0 F),7 (0 to 10 F),8 (10 to 20 F),9 (20 to 30 F)10 (30 to 40 F),11 (40 to 50 F),5 (-20 to -10 F),6 (-10 to 0 F),7 (0 to 10 F),8 (10 to 20 F),9 (20 to 30 F)
Additional CharacteristicsDisease ResistantDisease ResistantDisease ResistantDisease Resistant
Sun ToleranceFull SunFull SunFull SunFull Sun
Common NameRoseRoseRoseRose
Petal CountDouble (17-25 Petals)Double (17-25 Petals)Double (17-25 Petals)Double (17-25 Petals)
Water RequirementsWhen soil is dryWhen soil is dryWhen soil is dryWhen soil is dry
Bloom ShapeCuppedCuppedCuppedCupped
Mature Height (in.)48 in.48 in.48 in.48 in.
FragranceSlightSlightSlightSlight
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Specifications

Dimensions

Mature Height (in.)
48 in.
Mature Width (in.)
48 in.
Mature Width (in.)
48 in

Details

Additional Characteristics
Disease Resistant
Average Shipping Height (in.)
12
Best Time to Plant
Spring to Fall
Bloom Shape
Cupped
Blossom Color
Pink
Botanical Name
Radtkopink PP 18,507 CPBR 3,757
Common Name
Rose
Fragrance
Slight
Growth Habit
Mounded
Hardiness Zone
10 (30 to 40 F),11 (40 to 50 F),5 (-20 to -10 F),6 (-10 to 0 F),7 (0 to 10 F),8 (10 to 20 F),9 (20 to 30 F)
Number of plants included (Pack-Size)
1
Petal Count
Double (17-25 Petals)
Recommended Space Between Plantings (in.)
36
Returnable
90-Day
Rose Type
Shrub
Shipped As
Container
Sun Tolerance
Full Sun
Water Requirements
When soil is dry
Wildlife Attracted
No Wildlife Attracted
Wildlife Deterred
No Wildlife Deterred

Questions & Answers

22Questions25Answers

what nursery do the knockout roses come from

Asked by roselover March 27, 2021
1
Answer

not sure, its not their problem, its the delivery service, covid action, no one cares anymore

Is this bush picky or thorny?

Asked by Teresa March 25, 2021
1
Answer

thorny

Do these have fragrance? I've found some knock out roses do not.

Asked by DaniLinda November 19, 2020
3
Answers

no

do trim the branch back in fall

Asked by rosebud October 11, 2020
3
Answers

1: Decide When to Prune Prune your rose bush in early spring, never in the fall and never in the winter. Check your rose bush from time to time as spring moves along and when you start to see new shoots growing from the canes on your rose bush, that’s a good sign that it is time to prune. 2: Use Proper the Tools You will need a few basic tools when the time comes to prune your roses: gloves, lopping shears, small hand shears, and a pair of hedge trimmers. 3: Determine How High to Prune Determining how high you want to prune depends on how high you want your rose bush to finish. Your rose bush will usually triple in size after pruning so cutting it back to about a foot will leave it at 3 feet when it finished growing.

My knock out double red has mildew and yellow leaves. What I'm i doing wrong?

Asked by Jen August 29, 2020
2
Answers

watering too heavy, or at night

Is it okay to plant in September month? In winter this plant will grow?

Asked by chandu August 25, 2020
3
Answers

depending on zone but roses are usually trimmed and dormant in the winter time.

What is the care for newly planted roses over the winter?

Asked by BZBMom August 20, 2020
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Answers

harsh winter should be covered for frost damage. Near the end of frost period, roses should be trimmed to promote new growth as weather warms

I'm new at this, "What is DEAD HEAD"?

Asked by NewbeCuriousGardener56 August 15, 2020
3
Answers

It means to remove dead flowers. Helps the plant recover and produce more blooms.

Is there any kind of warranty of these roses? I order tow in May and one is doing well and th...

Asked by Vicki July 28, 2020
1
Answer

Yes, 6 months.

Hi .it is really red or dark pink ?

Asked by Fedj June 17, 2020
4
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red

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Customer Reviews

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Worst Purchase Ever. Not worth $26.00 when they look sickly
Plants had spotted leaves yellow/brown/ holes from insects. Returned in store. Not worth $26.00 This review has been rejected at least 5 times by home depot. They are stating that this was a shipping issue. Plants don't get holes/spotted leaves/yellow/brown leaves in that short of a time.
by HOMEDEPOTCUSTOMER
2 people found this helpful
Plants had yellow/brown leaves/spotted from disease and poor quality. Not worth $26 each. These...
Plants had yellow/brown leaves/spotted from disease and poor quality. Not worth $26 each. These would not sell in store looking like this. Had to return them... very unfortunate.
by BR
I needed to send a gift to a wedding that I couldn't attend so ordered through Home Depot. I cho...
I needed to send a gift to a wedding that I couldn't attend so ordered through Home Depot. I chose a red rose plant from Baucoms Nursery. The plant was delivered in good healthy condition. It is the chosen color and the bush has good shape. It is small (2 gal) so isn't very showy right now (one bloom on plant). It was planted in a place of honor and will grow to bloom man times in the future.
by CountryGirl
This bush arrived ready to plant and is now starting...
This bush arrived ready to plant and is now starting to bud. Easy to care for.
by Pberry
I've always had a love-hate relationship with roses, and learned the hard way how difficult they ...
I've always had a love-hate relationship with roses, and learned the hard way how difficult they can be to grow. The lovely tea roses that highlight catalogues from a number of growers require a lot of attention, and are highly susceptible to disease. It had been years since I planted my last rose bushes, in spite of my love for them, but then I read an article on hardy, easy care roses and decided to give them another try. The top recommendation was for the original Knock Out rose, but it seemed rather plain. However, when I saw this new variety, a Knock Out Double Rose Plant, I decided to give it a try. The plants arrived in individual boxes, in a pot vary similar to the one pictured on the site. Mine had buds rather than blooms, but the plants appeared to be healthy and well-packaged. They had healthy root systems and took very nicely to planting. This is my first time planting roses in containers, as I now live in a high-rise building. They're in individual, large planters with plenty of room to grow and with superb drainage and ample sunshine, both of which are essential for roses. So far, both plants are doing quite well and I look forward to years of beautiful blooms.
by Susan
2 people found this helpful
Red Roses are pink
Would have been nicer had I received what I ordered. I ordered RED roses. Received pink. They look like teacup roses versus knock out roses. Very disappointed...
by PersistantGardener
The rse came in a pot with three little blooms. I figured the blooms would die off upon plantin...
The rse came in a pot with three little blooms. I figured the blooms would die off upon planting but they lasted for almost a week and now the bush has generated new buds. I am excited about this bush and am using it to fill in a space where another bush (non-rose) had died. I have other knock-pout roses in this same area and they have been there for a long time. These roses do well through the winters here in Northeast Georgia and recommend them highly. The delivery was very quick and the rose bush was packaged well.
by Genace
1 person found this helpful
These rose bushes were the healthiest plants I have ever...
These rose bushes were the healthiest plants I have ever bought. They were full of blooms within two weeks of planting. They never even wilted when planted. My wife and I love them.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Beautiful Rose Bush
This was a beautiful rose bush plant...very full, healthy, great blooms and over 2 ft tall!
by lucas3235
2 people found this helpful
Healthy looking, well packaged.
They are both healthy looking with nice buds. Well packaged. The shipper laid the box on the side even though it said to keep upright and labeled as a plant and the box was crushed on one side and I can’t even tell which plant came from that box. They had it protected decently.
by TG
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