Pink Double Knock Out® Shrub Rose

Pink Double Knock Out® Shrub Rose

So Long, Blackspot and Mildew! Hello, More Flowers than Ever!


2-Quart
Item # 27139
Ships in Spring at the proper planting time for your zone. View schedule.
$21.95
Buy 4+ at $19.95 ea
Buy 8+ at $17.95 ea

As beautiful and high-performing as the original Double Knock Out® is, this pink-flowered addition to the family offers even better disease resistance, greater hardiness, and even larger, more fragrant blooms! A fine addition to any sunny setting, it takes its place as possibly the most carefree and impressive Modern Shrub Rose yet!

Pink Double Knock Out® begins flowering in late spring, each 3-inch bloom boasting about 18 to 24 petals, a light sweet scent, and a pointed star shape, thanks to nicely recurved outer petals. Very profuse, the flowers continue all summer and even into fall. They are borne in clusters of up to 5 all along flowering stems on well-branched, compact shrubs.

You could not find a longer, more profuse bloom season from any other rose. And as if this weren't enough, Pink Double Knock Out® self-cleans -- the spent flowers drop neatly to the ground, so you don't have to deadhead them!

But that is only one of Pink Double Knock Out's® merits. This vigorous little shrub offers unsurpassed resistance to blackspot, COMPLETE tolerance of downy mildew, and abundant, healthy foliage that looks good even in those rare out-of-bloom moments. Plant it right in the middle of the shrub border, use it as a hedge or foundation planting, or even put it in a container -- it is attractive enough to stand alone, yet doesn't mind a little crowding. Anything less like the traditional finicky hybrid tea rose is hard to imagine!

If you are a Knock Out® fan (and who isn't?), be sure to check out other members of this exciting family: Double and Rainbow. These are easily the best landscape roses, and they have our vote for the most carefree and high-performing rose series ever. And now with Pink Double, they go safely into zone 11!

Crown hardy to -20 degrees F, this 3- to 4-foot-high and -wide shrub withstands drought, heat, humidity and, in addition to blackspot and downy mildew, pests such as the Japanese beetle, leafhopper, and rose midge. It is a landscape treasure you must not miss!

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