• Pink Knock Out® Rose Tree for Sale

 

Pink Knock Out® Rose Tree

Reg: $159.90
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Growing Zones: 5-10


Growing Zones 5-10 This plant is recommended for zones: 5-10
(green area above)
You are in Growing Zone: 6

Mature Height:

4-7 ft.

Mature Width:

2-3 ft

Sunlight:

Full Sun

Drought Tolerance:

Great

Botanical Name:

Rosa 'Radcon' Tree

Does Not Ship To:

AZ

It's True - Huge Pink Blooms on a Tree!

- Huge, Pink Flowers
- Blooms from late spring until frost
- Extreme pest & disease resistance

Imagine all of the amazing characteristics of the Pink Knock Out® Rose Bush... on a tree!

These roses aren't just regular blooms, either. The Pink Knock Out® Rose blossoms give you twice the petals & twice the flowers.

Anyone can grow beautiful Pink Knock Out® Roses. This low maintenance bloomer rewards you with brilliant pink flowers from late spring until frost.

You don't need any gardening experience to turn this plant into a beautiful flowering tree. They're low maintenance & disease resistant.

These stately trees add color and character to your landscape. Plant them along entry ways, on the corners of your home, or along your patio for a dramatic effect.

These flowers will blow away anything in your neighbor's yard.

Plant them in the sun or in the shade. They grow well in hot humid weather, and tolerate harsh winters.

The Pink Knock Out® Rose Tree doesn't require a green thumb. You can have that beautiful rose garden with the weather-worn bench you've seen in pictures.

This self-cleaning rose tree requires no dead heading. Other roses require you to prune off the dead blooms so that new ones will grow. These blooms simply fall off when they start looking undesirable.

Pull up your lawn chair and sip your iced drink. Leave the plant spray on the shelf and enjoy the scent of roses instead. The Pink Knock Out® Rose is resistant to nuisance diseases... such as Blackspots.

Sip your morning tea amongst the blooms. Snip a small handful and keep a vase on the kitchen window sill to fill your home with a natural flowery scent.

We prune your Knock Out® Roses before we ship them out to give you an explosion of growth when you receive them.

This is a brand new tree, and it's taken the gardening industry by storm. It seems everyone wants to add this unique plant to their landscape. Be sure to order yours now so you can enjoy these blooms this summer.





Customer Reviews

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I love the Pink Knockout Rose Tree. It came packaged with incredible care. I planted the tree in April and have had continuous blooms since Mid May.
December 31, 2012
Youngstown, OH
Rose Tree in memory of our pet Mia
We had this rose tree shipped to us and arrived as promised and in perfect shape. I planted it and fed it according to directions and internet info and it grew and became extremely healthy. What a tribute to our loved pet, dachshund, Mia.
My only concern now is how we can preserve it for our harsh Ohio winters. I am reading up on it now.
I would highly recommend this company and especially this tree to anyone.
September 23, 2014
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Growing Zone:
4
I love this little rose tree! easy to take care of and beautiful to look at! I love these trees so much i have all three! white,red and pink
December 31, 2012
Purchased
over 6 years ago
Tree arrived in fine condition. Was pruned a little too much on one side, but it is filling in nicely
December 31, 2012
Purchased
over 6 years ago
Love em! Lots of blooms and the color is amazing!
December 31, 2012
Purchased
over 5 years ago
I am in love with my Rose Tree! I have had people stop to ask me what type of plant this is. It blooms constantly & deadheading isn't required. It is constantly beautiful & tolerates all types of temperatures. I will be ordering another b/c this winter's strong winds actually broke my tree & now it has died & I am heartbroken.
December 31, 2012
I am impressed with the service of the time in took to get here. It was packaged well, it took about a week to get here, and my trees were very healthy and green and crisp, smelled great also. I look to your company if I should need to purchase more trees, But for now, I think these five babies should do for now, to give me the privacy I'm needing. Thank you. Tomm
December 31, 2012
I recieved my Pink Knockout Rose tree in may and its been blooming ever since.It looks great and is doing well even with the extremely warm and dry summer this year in Illinois.
December 31, 2012
Purchased
over 5 years ago
Performing very well in South Florida!
The roses bloom all year st different times. There's also minimal maintenance.
August 17, 2014
Purchased
over 2 years ago
I ordered this for a friend of 30+ years in memory of her Mom who passed away. She loves it!
December 31, 2012

Planting & Care



It's Easy to Plant & Care for Your Pink Knock Out® Rose Tree


Pink Knock Out® Rose Tree Planting Diretions Your Knockout Roses will thrive in an area the receives full to partial sunlight, and prefer six to eight hours of sunlight a day. Afternoon shade will be more beneficial for your Roses than morning shade.

Your natural soil will be great for your Knock out Roses especially if it's well drained, and isn't too light or sandy. Keep your soil moist, not over saturated. To help hold the moisture in spread mulch around the base of your Knockout roses. Knockout roses prefer to receive water at their bases instead of receiving water from overhead.

You'll see blooms on your Knockout Roses early every Spring, that will last until your first frost. Knockout Roses produce new blooms every four to six weeks and will love it if you give them organic fertilizer once a month after their first blooming cycle.

Questions & Answers

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Why did you choose this?
Fast-Growing-Trees.com Store
Looks beautiful and felt confident about my order because of the great reviews.
Lana K on Apr 13, 2016
I was looking for a small, small tree. this said it only goes to 7 ft tall, 2-3 foot spread. it's perfect size and has beauty. plus it says it's easy to care for, considering i'm a brown thumb, not green. this should be just right for me.
SANDRA R on Mar 29, 2016
Long lasting flowers with low maintainince
Jeff S on Apr 10, 2016
TO FILL IN A SMALL ROUND BED IN MY LAWN.WILL BE PLANTING BLUE D AZE AT THE BASE OF THE PLANT, ABOUT
ONE FOOT OUT.
paulette g on Mar 26, 2016
How close can I plant to a foundation?
Kristin Y on Jan 29, 2015
Best Answer: To avoid the overhang from your roof, and to allow access between the house and the bush, you should allow 4-5 feet between your house and the bush.
Reply · Report · KarenStaff on Jul 9, 2015
Can I grow this tree in a large pot in my patio?
A shopper on Oct 6, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, these grow well in pots as well.
Reply · Report · Angela SStaff on Dec 15, 2014
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For the month of May and June, do these trees already have rose blooms like in the pictures? I want to give a few of these as gifts. Thanks.
Jay R on May 8, 2015
Best Answer: Mine had a few roses and many buds. I bought the smaller tree 2-3 ft. And the size was fine.
Reply · Report · rwhittin on May 13, 2015
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I just planted a rose tree with some yellow and spotted leaves is it still going to sprout flowers this season?
A shopper on Jul 22, 2014
Best Answer: Yes your Rose Tree should still bloom this season. The spotted leaves could be caused by water droplets drying in the sun on the leaves, or your tree could use some fertilizer.
Reply · Report · Allison BStaff on Jul 29, 2014
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Does this little rose tree still have green leaves in the winter, or is it just a stick?
A shopper on Jul 18, 2014
Best Answer: We live in western Washington state, where last winter's temperature reached down to below 32 degrees on a few occasions. The leaves remained on the tree, and only a few of them yellowed and dropped. We have our rose tree right on the walkway to the front porch, so I was pleased that it stayed attractive throughout the winter. I've also purchased this particular tree for two other friends, one in southern California, and the other in our area, and we always get comments from them of how much they are enjoying their rose trees and the abundance of blooms.
Reply · Report · Traudie M on Jul 18, 2014
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If I order this now for Philadelphia, PA when will it come and is this a good time to plant it now?
Leslie R on Oct 10, 2014
Best Answer: Spring and Fall are you ideal planting times. You can plant during the Spring a few weeks after your last frost or during Fall, 6 weeks before your first frost.
Reply · Report · Chanel CStaff on Aug 21, 2015
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how and when do you prune the rose tree ?
A shopper on Aug 31, 2014
Best Answer: You do not have to prune the rose tree. It is a self pruning rose bush. However, if you want to keep it tidy, you may trim the finished flowers during the bloom season.
Reply · Report · Carolyn B on Sep 16, 2014
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Can I plant now in columbus,Ohio? Is it a good time.
A shopper on Jun 25, 2014
Best Answer: You can plant your Knockout Rose Tree now unless the temperatures are scorching hot. If it's consistently above 90 degrees it will be better to wait until the fall to plant it.
Reply · Report · Allison BStaff on Jun 27, 2014
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is june a good time to plant this tree in southeast florida zone 10?
A shopper on Jun 13, 2014
Best Answer: As long as the temperatures aren't blistering hot June is a fine time to plant Knockout Rose Trees in South East Florida. Just make sure your roses get enough water.
Reply · Report · Allison BStaff on Jun 17, 2014
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Does it have strong fragrance? Is it a good cutting rose?
A shopper on Jun 29, 2014
Best Answer: It is fragrant. I would not say it's a good cutting rose. The first year we planted it, it was a tree like the picture shown. Now, it's a bush. I'm sure we could train and trim it to a tree again but we haven't yet.
Reply · Report · Valerie P on Jun 29, 2014
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Should I wait until spring to order and plant this tree?
Nakia W on Jul 21, 2016
Best Answer: You can plant now, the key is just making sure that it get enough water.
Reply · Report · Robyn .Staff on Jul 21, 2016
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If I want to grow this tree in a pot, how large should the pot be?
Mike S on May 4, 2016
Best Answer: I would at least get a 5 gallon container.
Reply · Report · Robyn .Staff on May 5, 2016
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I have a Pink Knock Out tree and wanting to know how to cut it back for the Winter?
jillian on Sep 22, 2015
Best Answer: In the past two years, I've cut it back only about a third or less on each of the main branches, and then I put several inches of mulch at the base to protect it during our northern climate. A master gardener who has a Q&A program on TV in our area always advises not to cut back too much on roses. He says you can always prune it some more in the spring if necessary. I deadhead the spent blossoms as they fade. My rose tree has remained healthy and blooming these past few years, even in very cold winters and this past summer which was unusually hot and dry.
Reply · Report · Traudie M on Sep 22, 2015
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can I plant in august in zone 7?
dan c on Aug 3, 2015
Best Answer: Yes you can plant this now in a zone 7. Just make sure you give it plenty of water on the really hot days.
Reply · Report · JackieStaff on Aug 28, 2015
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I would like to place this Pink Knock Out Rose Tree in a shaded area that gets only 3 or 4 hours of mid-morning sun. I can not easily water it at the base, but do have a sprinkler head about 10 feet from where I want to plant it. Are these conditions not up to par for this particular tree?
Joseph S on May 6, 2015
Best Answer: Not sure but I think this rose needs plenty of sun, six hours minimum. Could you plant it in a biggish container and more to an area with more sun?
Reply · Report · penelope a on Aug 29, 2015
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