Wayside Gardens Pink Double Knock Out Shrub Rose

Plant Patent #18,507. Cultivar: RADtkopink. 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 fra...grant 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- to 3 1/2-inch bloom boasting about 20 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 werent enough, Pink Double Knock Out® self-cleans -- the spent flowers drop neatly to the ground, so you dont have to deadhead them! But that is only one of Pink Double Knock Outs® 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 doesnt 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 isnt?), 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 10! 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! Zones 5-9. read more

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Plant Patent #16,198. Cultivar name: PROse. This delightful Floribunda has the beauty and fragrance of an Old Rose with the modern... vigor, disease resistance, and bloom strength of a modern hybrid. Burgundy Iceberg? is prepared to flower all summer long, filling garden and vase with a strong honey-like scent and adding rich, dark, highly unusual color to the Rose display. Each of these blooms is fully double-flowered, with 20 to 25 petals that sport a deep pink reverse (exterior) to complement their dark burgundy interior. The coloration is purple to red-burgundy depending on the climate, with darker coloring in cooler temperatures. Measuring 3 to 4 1/2 inches wide, they arise in large clusters from late spring until the cool fall weather sets in. Very tolerant of heat and humidity, they are a superb choice for the south and southwest, but also content in shorter and cooler summer climates. Burgundy Iceberg? has won numerous awards in its native Australia, and we believe it will be a success here as well. This color is simply unavailable in most other Roses, and the rich fragrance and floriferousness make this shrub very valuable. Best of all, it has disease-resistant foliage, so you can plant it right into the crowded border (or in containers) without worrying about mildew and blackspot. If you have never grown a Rose before, Burgundy Iceberg? is a splendid way to begin. If youre a seasoned Rosarian, you can count on this cultivar to be one of the highest-performing and most trouble-free varieties in your garden! Zones 5-9. read more

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Apricot-orange blooms--what a fantastic treasure for your garden! Westerland is a vigorous and versatile rose! Classified as a shr...ub, this rose can also be trained as a climber--what more could a rose lover ask for? It presents small clusters of flowers that reach a diameter of almost 5 inches and perfume the air with a strong clove, rose, spicy fragrance. The soft-colored, double blooms open from attractive ovoid buds, boasting 17 to 25 ruffled petals that are nothing short of breathtaking! Youll love how the various shades of apricot and orange blend into each other across the petals, creating an artistic look that barely seems real. Westerland is a wonderfully versatile rose as well. Growing from 5 to 12 feet high and about 4 feet wide, its great for landscaping or growing in containers (in mild climates) and can even be trained as a climber. And of course, the blooms are wonderful for cutflower arrangements! Hardy and vigorous, its shown excellent disease resistance, so its large, dark green foliage will stay clean and healthy all season long! Plant in moist, well-drained, fertile soil in full sun. Var: KORlawe. Zones 5-10. read more

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Plant Patent Applied For. Cultivar name: Minsens Love vines and climbers but dont have the blazing sunshine required for most of t...hem to be successful? Rose Sensation? is the solution, a False Climbing Hydrangea that loves shade and flowers heavily from late spring into midsummer! Deciduous and very fast-growing, this vining shrub takes off and makes itself at home against your north-facing wall, up those shady arbors and trellises, and through chain-link fences. Its not invasive in the least, but it needs space -- expect it to eventually reach 40 to 50 feet long and 6 to 9 feet wide. It needs no pruning, but if this size is a little more than you bargained for, cut it back in late winter and it will stay smaller and even more lush and dense. The best part of this climber, though, is its blooms. They look like lacecap Hydrangeas, with larger florets surrounding an inner cluster of tiny sterile flowers. The leaf-like outer florets are pink at the center, shading to creamy white, while the inner flowers are ivory to palest green. There will be nothing else in the garden like them, and youll love cutting a big armful for the vase, too! The foliage on Rose Sensation is deep green and very abundant, keeping this climber attractive whether or not the blooms are present. A deciduous plant, it looks fresh and vibrant from spring through fall. Find a place of honor and prepare to be wowed by the lush, verdant transformation of the shade garden by Rose Sensation?. Zones 5.9. read more

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Hibiscus syriacus Azurri Satin®, Cultivar Name: DVPazurri, PP#20,563. This seedless Rose of Sharon grows an even larger body with ...even bigger flowers. The rich blue single flowers are as big as dinner plates, and they arise on lush plants 6 feet wide and 8 to 12 feet tall! This thriller is sure to become the focal point of you whole garden. And because this cultivar is sterile, it will not take over your yard (and beyond) like other Hibiscus can. Azurri Satin® is a carefree joy youll want for the hot, sunny summer garden. Few shrubs are more heat- and humidity-tolerant than Hibiscus, which basks in temperatures that make others wilt and brown out! Give this shrub plenty of water and nonstop sunlight and youve got a bloom machine 5 months out of every year! The showy, tropical blooms are a powder blue with a crimson eye that bleeds outward. The stunning, gigantic blooms open from late summer until late fall, attracting attention for months. Even though this variety is seedless, it still produces enough nectar to attract plenty of butterflies! The alluring blooms are all the more impressive because they are borne high in the air on plants with a graceful, narrow habit. Azurri Satin ® is a great choice for a foundation planting, accent in the patio or other garden nook, or hedge. It makes a fine companion to Plum Fantasy, and a nice background planting to Dwarf Russian Sage and other low-growing shrubs, as well as colorful annuals and perennials of all description. No shrub is easier--this is one tough plant, untroubled by pests and disease and able to maintain itself through good weather and poor alike. Space these shrubs about 4 to 5 feet apart for a dense wall of showy color. Zones 5-9. read more

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Ballerina wants to be the last rose blooming in your garden this fall, and it has the flower power to make good on that ambition! ...Blooming from early summer well into autumn, this lovely old hybrid musk rose delights with graceful 2- to 3-inch blooms of pink-edged white, held wide open like old-fashioned tutus. Fragrant, floriferous, and long-blooming, Ballerina is a gardeners treasure. Arising from fat, rounded buds of bright pink, these small cupped, single blooms open in giant clusters (the hydrangea has nothing on Ballerina!), each flower dotted with a round eye. This robust Rose reaches about 5 high and 3 feet wide as a shrub, or can be trained as a climber reaching up to 10 feet high! In either form, a fully-blooming plant is an amazing display of soft color, repaying a closer look with a sweet, delicate scent. And its light green foliage is attractive even when it isnt covered in the charming blooms. Ballerina was introduced in 1937 from an R. multiflora seedling. It remains one of the most attractive, long- and late-blooming roses ever grown. Enjoy! Plant in well-drained, fertile soil in full sun. Zones 5-10. read more

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