Knockout Roses bring the beauty and mystique of the rose into your garden with a versatile, easy-to-care-for plant. These little wonders are resistant to common pests and diseases and tolerant of drought. They can thrive in a variety of soil types and conditions, and they’ll even bloom in less than full sun.
And the blooms just keep coming - starting in late spring, and continuing all summer and into the fall, Knockout Roses offer months and months of low-maintenance beauty. There are more than enough flowers to enjoy all you want indoors, where the sweet fragrance can fill your home.
Which of the amazing Knockout Rose varieties will you choose? Each has its own unique look - and they all give such great results, you’ll probably want to make space for more than one.
The classic red Knockout Rose bush boasts large, cherry-red flowers - it’s the very essence of rose. Turn up the volume with the Double Knockout Rose - covered with light-red double blooms. The Pink Double Knockout Rose sports masses of eye-catching candy-pink blossoms. The color is amazing!
Looking for a more subtle statement, without any more work? The bright yellow blooms of the Sunny Knockout Rose may just make yellow roses your new favorite. The Blushing Knockout Rose is a shy beauty, with gentle pale-pink flowers. And the White Out Rose’s delicate single blooms are simplicity itself.
If you’re looking for something a little bit out of the ordinary, consider adding some height to your garden with our Knockout Rose Trees. These unusual plants set the color and fragrance of our Knockout Roses on an elegant, straight stem. The trees grow to an easy, rounded shape. There are a variety of colors available here, too - the deep red Knockout Rose Tree, the cheerful Pink Knockout Rose Tree, and the lemony Sunny Knockout Rose Tree. Or consider the Rainbow Knockout Rose Tree: pink single blooms surround bright yellow centers. You may just fall in love!
All of our Knockout Rose bushes grow to 3-4 feet high and 2-3 feet wide. Give them full or partial sun - full sun for the best blooms - and space them about 3 feet apart in groups, borders, or foundation plantings. Our Knockout Rose Trees reach 4-5 feet in height and 3-4 feet wide; they’ll need a little more room. Roses grow quite well in containers, too. They’re a natural choice for a spectacular patio plant, or for gardeners who have to make do with just a little space.
The bushes make a handsome hedge or border year round. When it’s finally time for the Knockout Rose’s flowers to fall, they’re followed by colorful rose hips, then by the bush’s foliage—finally visible now that the blooms are gone!—darkening to red for the winter.
Are you convinced yet? It’s time to stop admiring your neighbors’ roses … and plant some gorgeous knockouts of your own.