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Patio Tree Roses

Updated on June 29, 2014

Tree Roses Add Structure and Height To Your Garden

Tree Roses come in a wide variety of forms and colors. I've recently started growing this lovely type of rose and I was surprised to discover that many of my rose favorites are available in tree form: Peace, Chrysler Imperial, Hot Cocoa, Lady Bird and Mister Lincoln to name just a few.

Try a Tree Rose or two to give height to a border planting, add them to a corner collection, plant them among your other roses for some height interest, or use them in containers to flank an entrance or patio.

Patio Tree Roses are more recent innovations, unlike the tall, spindly stems of regular Tree Roses which require staking and coddling (I was turned off by these for years). The sturdy, thick-stemmed Patio Tree Roses can be planted in tubs or containers and stored in protected locations in sub-zero winter areas. They can be planted directly in the ground in mild-winter areas. Try them out and you will be a convert like me! Mr. Lincoln patio tree rose pictured above.

The Best-Selling Knock Out Rose

This Easy Care Rose is Now Available as a Patio Tree

A 2000 AARS Winner, The Knock Out rose has broken all records for sales of a new rose and is the most widely sold rose in North America. Cherry red semi-double flowers on beautiful bronzy new growth and disease-free dark green foliage characterize this tremendous plant. A best-seller since it was introduced, the Knock Out Rose family truly lives up to its name. As shrub roses or patio tree roses they will not stop blooming through summer and into fall.

A terrific rose for beginners since it's so low maintenance and doesn't need much care once planted and given about an inch of water each week. Knock Out doesn't require any deadheading (removal of spent blooms) or special spraying or fertilizing. Just sit back, relax, and enjoy the pretty results and all the compliments from your friends and neighbors.

Knock Out Rose in Tree Form

Iceberg and Brilliant Pink Iceberg Combo...Stunning!

Combining two different roses on one tree, this tree rose is simply captivating! Considered by many the finest white Rose for landscape use, 'Iceberg' has been a favorite for many years, and deserves a place of honor in your garden. Wonderfully fragrant, the blooms are as good for cutting as they are for garden enjoyment.

'Brilliant Pink Iceberg' offers all the merits of its beloved parent plus rich cerise-pink petals overlaid with creamy accents. The blooms and buds are elegant, the fragrance is mild...reminiscent of honey. Best of all, this lovely rose tree blooms heavily over a long season. Zones 5-9.

Patio Tree Rose - Combo of Peace & Chrysler Imperial

This stunning head turner is the result of combining my favorite yellow rose with pink edging (the famous "Peace" rose) and the classic red exhibition rose, "Chrysler Imperial" into a patio tree rose. What a classy combo! This tree rose grows to 36" high on a sturdy 20" thick stem.

Grows well in the ground or in a container. I have a pair of these in pots flanking our front door. Easy to grow just ensure they get enough sunlight - at least 6 hours a day to thrive.

Watering Tips for Patio Tree Roses

Follow These Guidelines for Healthy Roses

Water deeply, but infrequently. This will encourage strong root growth.

Water in the morning to help prevent black spot and mildew.

Avoid wetting the plant's leaves during regular watering, which can spread disease.

However, about once a week, give your rose a good shower or mist with a spray nozzle hose attachment. This not only adds water and humidity, it clears the leaves of dust, dirt and harmful insects.

Roses should receive at least 1 inch of water each week.

Container roses will need to be watered frequently because water evaporates more quickly from plants above ground. Initially, water the plant well to get it firmly established.

During growth cycles, stick a finger in the soil to check for moisture. If your finger comes out literally dry, it's time to add water. Muddy soil means the plant is getting too much water. Moist soil should be an indicator that the water amount is just about right.

Mulch (2 to 3 inches around the tree) to help retain moisture from watering and reduce future watering needs. Mulching also helps keep the soil cool and helps control weeds.

A Fabulous Peachy-Apricot-Orange Patio Tree Rose

Mardi Gras Will Be The Life of the Party in Your Backyard!

Given top honors by All America Rose Selections (AARS) judges, Mardi Gras is a beautiful patio tree rose with impressive vigor and disease resistance.

This roses apricot orange buds slowly open to reveal bright pink and yellow blooms with a yellow base. A sight to behold!

Mardi Gras comes as a 24" patio tree rose, more compact than the traditional 36" size, they are ideal for today's smaller gardens and spaces, as well as for all types of containers.

Love Purple Flowers?

This Lavender Patio Tree Rose is a Real Charmer!

Patio Tree Roses are an elegant addition to any landscape! The Lavender Sunblaze Patio Tree Rose has sturdy thick, 20" stems perfect for containers or used as garden accents. These vigorous growers are abundant flower producers with good disease resistance. Store in protected locations in sub-zero winter areas or plant directly in the ground in mild climates.

This stunning lavender patio tree rose blooms in late spring to fall. Pleasant fragrance plus makes a great cut flower. Lavender Sunblaze has semi-glossy, medium green dense foliage with beautiful lavender-purple flowers. Looks great paired with roses in the pink and yellow hues.

Angel Face Patio Tree Rose

Angel Face Patio Tree Rose
Angel Face Patio Tree Rose

Bubblicious Patio Tree Rose

Cheerful Pink Blooms - Excellent for Beginners

As effortless as blowing bubbles, this free-flowering patio tree rose fills the garden with bright, cheery color three seasons a year. Its mounding habit creates a very full, well-branched shape that means extra gorgeous creamy-pink-and-white eye-candy blooms.

So easy, Bubblicious is an ideal "starter" rose for new gardeners, yet even seasoned garden experts will be charmed and delighted by its bold single blooms in spring, summer, and even fall.

Disease-resistant, very glossy dark green foliage complements the flowers and keeps this rose handsome even when out of bloom. Also available as a shrub rose.

Patio Tree Rose in all its Glory!

Patio Tree Rose in all its Glory!
Patio Tree Rose in all its Glory!

Do You Like Tree Roses? - Thanks for stopping by!

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      GEMNITYA5 3 years ago

      Beautiful Patio-Tree-Roses

      (Also shared on Facebook :)

      ~Blessings

      *GEM*

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      SharpLee 3 years ago

      Thank you for the information! I would like to try a tree rose in a pot on my patio.

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      I love them, my favorite flower. Brilliant lens, thank you for sharing.

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      I love them, my favorite flower. Brilliant lens, thank you for sharing.

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      Mommy-Bear 4 years ago

      I love the duel color rose trees, I've never seen one before.

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      LorLinda 4 years ago from Denver Colorado

      I didn't know you can have roses that look like a rose tree that is awesome I have a couple of rose bushes now I want a rose tree that isn't something I have never seen anywhere. Great lens!

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      lionmom100 4 years ago

      Beautiful roses. I am lusting after Hot Cocoa in tree form.

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      MaryMitchell 4 years ago

      Lovely, lovely roses - tree roses always remind me of Alice In Wonderland!

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      Aster56 5 years ago

      I can keep admiring these roses and my eyes won't get tired of watching them.such pretty roses.

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      Anna2of5 5 years ago

      So Many Roses :) I've seen these but not really up close. Nice form of roses. also Nice lens.

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      cohenandmaster 5 years ago

      Great info!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Great work! Very interesting informations for a "want to be" owner of a garden filled with Roses :)

      Your lens is featured in the lens:

      Roses - Lots of informations

      http://www.squidoo.com/roses-lots-of-information

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      teamavm 6 years ago

      I liked the combo of peace

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      julieannbrady 7 years ago

      I love the purple and the pink ones! I love roses, despite what Bret Michaels sings about "every rose has its thorn" ... roses are truly beautiful.