Pink Knock-Out Rose

Rosa x ‘Radcon’ Plant Patent #15,070

When you see these Pink Knock-Out roses (Rosa x ‘Radcon’ Plant Patent #15,070), you will fall in love with the showy pink blooms. This shrub is a perfect choice for those who want a profuse bloomer in their landscape. Along with its beauty, these rose bushes are known for their durability. If you need a stunning rose shrub for your home or business, you should choose the Pink Knock-Out rose.

Pink Knock-Out Rose Attributes

From spring to late fall, you will enjoy the look of these pink blossoms. The medium pink blooms against its dark green foliage provide a fantastic contrast in your garden. You can even cut off the flowers to make an impressive arrangement in your home.

These roses are almost maintenance-free, and they produce medium-sized flowers that can be enjoyed throughout the growing season. The bushy shrub is an outstanding choice as an accent piece or low hedge. You will not want to miss out on the opportunity to add some color to your yard with this spectacular deciduous shrub.

Pink Knock-Out Rose

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FEATURES

  • Watering Needs: Water regularly, when top 3 in. of soil is dry.
  • Botanical Pronunciation: ROH-zuh
  • Plant type: Rose, Shrub
  • Deciduous/evergreen: Deciduous
  • Growth rate: Moderate
  • Average landscape size: Fast growing; reaches 3 to 4 ft. tall and wide.
  • Special features: Attracts Butterflies, Easy Care, Improved Disease Resistance, Pet Friendly
  • Foliage color: Green
  • Blooms: Spring through Fall
  • Flower color: Pink
  • Flower attributes: Long Bloom Season, Repeat Flowering, Showy Flowers
  • Garden style: Cottage, Mediterranean
  • Companion Plants: Peony (Paeonia); Hydrangea (Hydrangea); Coneflower (Echinacea); Lilac (Syringa); Catmint (Nepeta)

Landscape Uses for the Pink Knock-Out Rose

If you are looking to make a significant impact in your yard, the Pink Knock-Out roses work well when planted together. With the added color to your exterior, you can welcome your guests with this fantastic rose variety.

For those with less space, the Pink Knock-Out thrives in a container, and it adds a touch of glamour to a patio or porch. The Knock-Out is a great choice as a foundation planting. They can be used as an anchor point of your home or flank the side of your exterior doors.

The Pink Knock-Out rose is great as a hedge along your property. If you already have established hedges, these shrubs can fill in the gaps for extra color. For those who want to create a hedge, this rose needs to be placed two feet apart from other shrubs. You can also plant the bushes in a zigzagging pattern to fill up any wide, open spaces. These roses are an excellent way to make a visual impact in your landscape when added with other shrubs or perennial borders.

Planting and Care for the Pink Knock-Out Rose

These rose shrubs are extremely durable and can handle droughts, heat, and diseases when fully established. The pink roses thrive in USDA hardiness zones 5 to 9, and they prefer to stay in the full sun for about six hours per day. With more sunlight, you can expect plenty of brilliant blooms from these bushes.

The Knock-Out rose varieties do require fertile soil and even moisture in their beds. The ground should be well-draining without standing puddles after a rainstorm. 

While these roses are drought-tolerant, you need to monitor the water for these shrubs. They require a medium amount of moisture on a regular schedule in order to get the best results. For those growing the roses in a container, a layer of mulch can cover the roots and help keep in any moisture. Mulch is just as helpful in a planting bed as it is in a container.

After they have established, the roses can be pruned in the early spring. You should prune them down to six inches before they start to grow for the spring season. These roses have thorns, and gloves are a must when pruning them. Slow-release fertilizer should be used in the early spring and mid-summer.

These plants have resistance to typical rose issues, such as leaf rust, powdery mildew, or black spots. The Pink Knock-Out rose doesn’t require deadheading, but it can help them look a little cleaner. Since these roses are not grafted, they are more resilient in those cold winter zones. This variety will even thrive in hot and humid environments. The Pink Knock-Out will continue to grow in the spring and look as great as when you first planted it.

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Rosa x 'Radcon' Plant Patent #15,070

The Pink Knock-Out rose produces hundreds of blooms throughout the spring and fall. These shrubs are great for edging driveways or walkways. The Knock-Out rose is a robust variety that can flourish in the cold and heat. If you want a resilient rose bush for your landscape, make sure to choose the Pink Knock-Out rose today!

At Arbor Valley Nursery, we have a wide selection of plants, shrubs, and trees. Along with other roses, we carry the Pink Knock-Out variety. This shrub will make a great addition to your space as a container plant or hedgerow. If you would like more information about this rose, please fill out the contact form.

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