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Double Knock Out® Rose304 reviewsStarting at $24.95
Knock Out® Rose Tree214 reviewsStarting at $139.95
Sunny Knock Out® Rose103 reviewsStarting at $49.95
Pink Knock Out® Rose Tree154 reviewsStarting at $139.95
Double Pink Knock Out® Rose60 reviewsStarting at $59.95
Coral Knock Out® Rose Shrub26 reviewsStarting at $119.95
Petite Knock Out® Rose15 reviewsStarting at $64.95
Sunny Knock Out® Rose Tree79 reviewsStarting at $159.95
White Knock Out® Rose33 reviewsSold Out
Rainbow Knock Out® Rose Tree14 reviewsSold Out
Coral Knock Out® Rose Tree12 reviewsSold Out
Continuous spring-to-fall blooms.
Stunning green foliage provides the perfect backdrop for months of color, making Knock Out® Roses second to none. In fact, our Knock Out® Rose varieties can provide up to six months of hardy, carefree blooms in a variety of colors you'll love for your homescape.
How to Plant Knock Out® Roses
Specific planting directions will depend on the variety you choose (trees or shrubs), but most Roses like full to partial sun (4 to 8 hours of sun per day) and well-drained soil. Of course, it's important to ensure that you’re in the correct growing zone as well.
When you're ready to plant your Knock Out® Rose Shrubs, dig a hole large enough to accommodate your shrub's root ball (with some room to grow), place your shrub and back fill the soil. Finally, water the surrounding soil to settle the roots. We also recommend mulching around the area to conserve moisture and prevent weeds from growing.
How to Care for Knock Out® Roses
Start by establishing a solid watering schedule for your Roses. Generally, we recommend watering Roses about once or twice weekly for best results. If you’re not sure when to water, however, simply check your surrounding soil about 2 inches down. If you detect dryness here, it's time to water your shrubs.
When to Cut Back Knock Out® Roses
Fertilizing and pruning are super simple. If you notice slow growth, fertilize in early spring, before blooming, with a well-balanced blend for best results. When you go to prune, simply remove dead, damaged or diseased areas and trim for shaping after blooms have dropped and faded.