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Rainbow  Knock Out® Shrub Rose
Unsurpassed Floriferousness and Disease Resistance
45758.jpgRainbow  Knock Out® Shrub Rose

Rainbow Knock Out® Shrub Rose

Trade Gallon (3qt)
Item # 45758
$26.95
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Resistant to blackspot, powdery mildew, and rust &emdash; no wonder it can bloom so heavily and long!

By far the most floriferous Knock Out®.
Plant Patent #17,346.

cv: 'RADcor.' The Knock Out® series just keeps getting better, and Rainbow Knock Out® is without a doubt its greatest star yet. It is the most floriferous Knock Out® (by far) and very disease resistant, with almost complete resistance to blackspot, powdery mildew, and rust. It reblooms ceaselessly from spring through fall in most climates, with lovely single blooms that change colors as they mature. It is even lightly scented, unlike most shrub Roses. What more could any Rose lover ask? This was named one of "The Easiest Roses You Can Grow" by Better Homes and Gardens, thanks to its famous disease resistance as well as its "cute, coral pink blooms"!

The blooms on this rounded, bushy 3- to 4-foot shrub open orange from coral-pink buds, then quickly turn a soft coral-pink shading to gold at the base, surrounding a yellow center. As they mature, they gradually turn light coral. Just 2 inches wide but packed with color and the scent of sweetbriar, they are a magnificent sight on a fully-blooming shrub, when the various colors of buds, new blooms, and mature flowers are present at once.

After the blooms finally pass, the shrub covers itself in bright orange hips that persist through winter, delighting the birds in your garden. This trouble-free, very high-performing and beautiful Rose makes an ideal hedge, driveway planting, ribbon of color in the perennial or shrub border, or container choice. Winner of a 2007 All-America Rose Selection Award, it is superior in every way. Zones 5-9.

Genus Rosa
Variety 'RADcor'
ppaf PP#17,346
ItemForm Trade Gallon (3qt)
Zone 5 - 9
BloomStartToEnd Late Spring - Late Fall
Habit Compact
PlantHeight 3 ft - 4 ft
PlantWidth 3 ft - 4 ft
BloomSize 2 in
AdditionalCharacteristics Bird Lovers, Bloom First Year, Easy Care Plants, Flower, Free Bloomer, Long Bloomers, Repeat Bloomer, Rose Hips
BloomColor Coral, Gold, Multi-Color, Orange, Pink
BudShape Pointed
FlowerShape Single
FoliageColor Dark Green
LightRequirements Full Sun
MoistureRequirements Moist,  well-drained
Resistance Black Spot, Cold Hardy, Disease Resistant, Heat Tolerant, Powdery Mildew, Rust
SoilTolerance Normal,  loamy
Uses Border, Hedge, Landscapes, Outdoor
Restrictions Canada, Guam, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands
Overall Rating: 5 Stars
Average Based on 4 Reviews Write a Review
Unusually pink, easy, and BIG HINT .....
deb from NC wrote (November 06, 2013):
This is gorgeous! It's still blooming because it's been so warm, though it began blooming IMMEDIATELY in the Spring. I did give it a bucket of water daily for a week, decreasing after and I kept it nicely watered. Every week I removed the dead buds and they removed quickly by hand with a little pull. This made it flower all over.
Unusually pink, easy, and BIG HINT .....
deb from NC wrote (November 06, 2013):
This is gorgeous! It's still blooming because it's been so warm, though it began blooming IMMEDIATELY in the Spring. I did give it a bucket of water daily for a week, decreasing after and I kept it nicely watered. Every week I removed the dead buds and they removed quickly by hand with a little pull. This made it flower all over.
Good display roses
Janie Jurkiewicz from AL wrote (September 13, 2012):
I am relatively new to garden but now have over 30 rose bushes. I have several knockouts. These bushes are very easy to maintain as far as disease and pests but as cutting roses...they make better display roses
Rainbow Knock Out is the best!
Dani Haviland from AK wrote (February 27, 2012):
This hardy rose was everblooming in my zone 4/5 Alaskan garden. The yellow and pink blooms were a cheerful break from the usual mauve rugosas that are the norm in this area. Highly recommended