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Knock Out Rose

Knock Out Rose
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Plant Profile
Botanical Name Rosa 'Knock Out'
Features Shrub rose with mid-green, semi-glossy leaves. Bears small clusters of single-petalled, lightly scented, yellow flowers, 2-3in across, from spring to autumn. Disease resistant and tolerant of partial shade.
Exposure Sun or partial shade
Hardiness Zone USDA Zones 4-9
Mature Size 3-4' Tall, 3-4' Wide
Genus Description Knock Out Rose was first introduced in 2000 and hailed a "breakthrough shrub rose" by the All-American Rose Selections because of its exceptional disease resistance and hardiness. It grows to about 3-4 feet tall and 3-4 feet wide and produces terminal clusters of single, 3-inch diameter cherry red blooms. As long as it continues to grow through the summer, it will continue to bloom. Some claim it’s one of the longest blooming roses on the market. It’s not well suited for use as a cut flower and the blooms only have a light tea rose fragrance. Forget about ever having to care for this rose with its bullet-proof foliage that completely repels Black spot and mildew and its compact shape that only requires an annual trim to stay neat and clean. Periodic dead-heading of spent blooms will encourage this prolific bloomer to continue providing you with a colorful show all season long. Knock Out Roses really shine when used as flowering hedges, foundation plants in perennial beds and borders, in a large patio container or adjacent to an entryway. The compact shape and form of the Knock Out rose works well with ornamental grasses, evergreens and other ornamental plants.
Care Tips
Cultivation Roses tolerate a wide range of conditions, but usually prefer an open site in full sun. They thrive on moderately fertile, humus-rich, moist but well-drained soil. The best time for planting is late autumn or early spring, when the ground is not frozen. For best flowering, apply a balanced fertilizer and mulch in late winter or early spring. In spring and summer, apply a balanced liquid. For pruning instructions, see our rose information page.
Pests and Diseases Disease resistant.

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