Knock Out (own root)

Rosa Landscape/Shrub

The cycle of bloom and growth is never ending and provides a show of color from early Spring well into the hard frosts of winter On can't say enough about its maintenance free lifestyle. It is drought tolerant; surviving and even thriving in the most devastating of dry summers. Humidity... bring it on. You'll be hard pressed to find a speck of black spot on this healthy plant. There is hardly anything which will stop this rose from blooming. You can expect to have blooms everyday throughout the summer. We believe that this is one of the best

  • Height: 3-4 Feet
  • Spread: 3-4 Feet
  • Petal Count: 5-7
  • Hardiness Zone: 3-9
  • Intro Year: 2000
  • AARS Winner Year: 2000
  • AARS Rating: 8.3
  • Bloom Color: Red Blend
  • Breeder: Radler

Thanks to all who have ordered with us this season.

We will open the 2021 Rose order season in September, shipping in February of 2021, with all the newest varieties from the growers including the New ARS winner for 2021.

Interesting Notes:

In less than a year, legions of devout fans have stopped just short of forming a cult around this rose. Gardeners who grow it report that it is almost unbelievably disease resistant, never needs spraying. And, they say, it never stops blooming. Impervious to even the most intense summer heat, the reliable 3-foot shrub is covered with a profusion of semi-double blooms from early spring through late fall. The color is a beautiful bright crimson-cherry red that goes wonderfully with all shades of pink. I've just planted ten Knock Outs in front of the picket fence along my driveway, and I'm fully prepared for the onslaught of Grey-Line tour buses, drooling neighbors, and garden magazines competing fiercely to have me on their covers come spring. Dr. Leda 2001

Knock Out (own root) Characteristics & Attributes

Fragrance
Rose Color
Red
Type
Disease Resistant
Yes
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