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
out of 552 reviews
76% recommend this product
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Jun 17, 2021
Disappointed with this order. Very tiny rose just a few inches above the pot and looking very fra...
Disappointed with this order. Very tiny rose just a few inches above the pot and looking very frail and withered. Purchased for flower bed, however, really don’t think it’s robust enough to be planted just yet. Keeping it in a covered porch until it shows signs of life. Considering returning the plant. Very disappointed!
My neighbor had suggested placing a rosebush by my mailbox, but I’ve never had good luck with roses in the past. Yet something still encouraged me to try it, and I had read about the Double Knock Outs so 3 years ago I got one at Home Depot nearby. It is absolutely the most lovely plant in my yard. It is truly stunning and so easy. I make sure to give the area water during these drought times, and it rewards me with beautiful blooms and happily overpowers anything else in my mailbox garden. Often people will stop to ask me about it when I’m in the yard. It is worth the effort of digging a hole to accommodate its sweet roots. I highly recommend it - and got another one for my lamppost garden, which is delightfully gorgeous also. I may get a couple more for a side garden to enable it to start to become a No Toil garden.
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.
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.
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Aug 9, 2020
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.
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.
Jun 2, 2020
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.
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.