Grows in Zones
Pink Rose Bush Varieties
Our premium pink drift roses and pink knock out rose bushes are rooted in their pots and ready to plant. These hardy rose bushes flower in spring, summer, and fall.
Drift roses can grow throughout the United States from growing zones 4 to 10. These groundcover roses look great in hanging baskets. The Pink Drift Rose is bright pink with light pink centers. This pink rose bush is ideal for borders. The Sweet Drift Rose has lush light pink blooms and only grows 2 feet tall and wide at maturity. For a unique pink color with a touch of orange check out the stunning Coral Drift Rose.
Knock out roses are tough and beautiful. These colorful pink rose bushes grow in USDA growing zones 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10. The Pink Double Knock Out Rose has amazing hot pink roses for 3 seasons! For a long season of vibrant coral blooms on a nice landscape shrub, the Coral Knock Out Rose is a great choice.
Pink Rose Tree
Pink rose trees create a high-end look in your landscape. They look amazing in pots or planted in the ground. Rose trees can be planted in mixed beds, foundation plantings, formal gardens, or entryways.
The Coral Drift Rose Tree is perfect in pots on your patio, deck, or entryway. Enjoy orange-pink blooms on an elegant rose tree with the Coral Knock Out Rose Tree. The Double Pink Knock Out Rose Tree adds a great pop of pink and a fantastic lollipop dwarf tree look. The Sweet Sunblaze Miniature Tree Rose offers loads of pale pink bloom clusters on a tiny tree from rose. If you want an elegant tree rose with a truly unique bloom, the Candy Cane Cocktail Rose Tree has striking bicolor pink-red and white blooms.
How to Care for Pink Roses
Pink rose bushes grow and flower best in full sun, but can also grow well in partial sun conditions.
Plant roses in any well-drained soil or organic planting mix for potted roses.
After planting rose plants water them thoroughly. For the first 2 to 3 months water deeply about 2 times per week. After this time your rose bush will be drought tolerant. Water during periods of extreme drought for best growth and flowering.
Do not water over the leaves of rose bushes. This increases the likelihood of fungal infections. Always water at the base of your rose plants.
Feed rose bushes in spring with a slow-release fertilizer. Pink drift roses and knock out roses can be fertilized again in mid to late summer.
Alternatively, Fertilome Rose and Flower Fertilizer is an all-in-one insecticide and fertilizer that is applied every 2 months throughout the growing season.
Minor pruning can be done at any time. Heavy pruning should be performed in early spring right before rose bushes emerge from dormancy. Knock out roses should be pruned back to about 1 foot while drift roses can be pruned back by about ⅓ to ½ if so desired.