Petite Knock Out Rose Tree Form (Rosa ‘Meibenbino’)

Petite Knock Out Rose Tree Form

Never before has there been a more perfect patio container plant. The Petite™ Knock Out® Rose Tree Form (Rosa ‘Meibenbino’) is the same beautiful color and easy care as the original, but a miniature version! Unlike some other Roses, these blossoms won’t fade and this is a modern Rose bush that is self-cleaning. They’ll stay that glorious fire engine red we all know and love. The uses for these pretty red space-saving flowers are endless!

Each spring, you’ll be greeted with lush red Rose blossoms covering dark green foliage on a 2-3 foot tall sturdy standard trunk! Reminiscent of the original Knock Out® Rose Tree collection with blooms that will perfume the air and give you another reason to stop and smell the flowers! You’ll be pleasantly surprised at this Rose’s long bloom time. From late spring all the way to fall, you can count on fantastic flower power!

Need more to kick your landscape curb appeal up a notch? Mix the Petite™ Knock Out® Tree Form with its phenomenal miniature shrub-form Rose for an impressive showpiece!

Planting and Application:

It’s no secret that Roses are a pollinator’s favorite! Butterflies will add their own flair to the already stunning blossoms with their intricately colored wings. Sit back and watch the winged spectacle parade through your garden! Now, these blooms are elevated for easy access for your butterflies and for your nose!

Do you already have a Rose garden that could use something showy and front and center? That’s where you can bring in Petite™ Knock Out® Rose Tree! Petite’s non-fading Roses are perfect for cutting and creating lovely flower arrangements to decorate your living room or kitchen! These are the perfect size for container gardening, so dress up your porch and patio, brighten a terrace, or your front entry in the sun with these radiant white blooms!

Use one to create a showy accent in your Rose garden or cottage border with this stunning little tree! The compact space-saving nature of this Rose tree form makes it a great border specimen to add height. Plant as an anchor on the sunny side of your home or in the front yard to mark the edge of your walkway or garden.

The garden is a great place to plant these but Petite™ Knock Out® Rose Tree shines brightest in containers and planters. Potting one up and placing it on your patio will make for a spectacular centerpiece! Try potting up more than one and placing them on either side of an entryway for a first impression that will surely stay and brighten your front door! The fiery blooms will definitely make any friends you have over want a couple of their own!

  • Newest Member of the Knock Out® Rose Family
  • Fire Engine Non-Fading Red Rose Blossoms
  • Miniature Grafted Onto a 2-3 Foot Rose Standard
  • Glossy Green Foliage
  • Compact & Fits Anywhere
  • Fragrant & Attracts Butterflies
  • Perfect for Container Planting, Specimens & Focal Points

Tips for Care:

Petite™ Knock Out® may seem delicate with its small stature but it’s strong and sturdy. The Rose standard trunk is also strong and the Rose shrub is expertly grafted onto its top. But in reality, it’s the perfect easy-to-care-for, low-maintenance plant that gives back tenfold in beauty! Small but mighty, it is disease-resistant!

Find a sunny spot where Petite™ Knock Out® in the full sun. Roses appreciate rich, well-drained soil and a 3-4 inch layer of arborist mulch for moisture retention and insulation around the root system.

While other flower bushes might need continual deadheading and general cleanup through the season, the Petite is just fine being left alone. It’s self-cleaning and will drop its flowers as they get done blooming, talk about easy! Provide good air circulation and proper site selection for Rose growing success.

If you feel like it, try using a balanced fertilizer formulated for roses. It’s important to remember not to use fertilizers while these roses are still establishing. Let them go through a bloom cycle first. Once you’ve had your Rose Tree for a year or two, you can apply a good Rose fertilizer after the first wave of flowering.

Rose Tree Pruning

Early each spring, after the last frost of the year has passed, it’s always a good idea to prune back the Rose tree several inches to maintain the nice round form atop its trunk. Keep new blooms returning with occasional deadheading, quickly improving your overall display.

Prune away suckers and branching that forms at the base or on the trunk each year too. Pruning Roses allows for better, bushier growth each year. Pruning Roses allows for better, bushier growth each year and stimulates new growth. Read all you need about Rose pruning Roses Here, and about winterizing your Roses Here and un-wintering Roses in Spring, check out our #ProPlantTips Garden Blog!

  • Full Sun
  • Moderate Moisture & Regular Fertility
  • Any Well-Drained Soil
  • Prune Early Spring – Rarely Needs Pruning
  • Easy to Care For & Disease-Resistant

his is a Rose Tree you won’t want to miss! Brilliant red blooms make it a real garden standout! Its smaller appearance makes it perfect for container planting.

Petite Knock Out Rose Tree Form (Rosa ‘Meibenbino’) Details

Common name Petite Knock Out Rose Tree Form
Botanical name Rosa 'Meibenbino'
Plant type Deciduous
Hardiness zone 5-10
Growth rate Medium
Height 3 - 5 ft.
Width 18 inches
Sunlight Full Sun
Moisture Medium
Soil condition Well Drained
Pollinator-friendly Yes
Pruning time Early Spring
Flower color Red