My Knock-out roses

Spring in My Yard ! And My  Knock out roses are in bloom – Easiest roses I have ever grown Lisa



Introduced in 2000, ‘Knockoutrose quickly became the best-selling landscape plant in the country. It had everything — showy, continuous blooms; compact growth habit; tough-as-nails constitution; and, best of all, no need to spray for black spot disease.


Some ”Knockout” roses feature blooms that are hot pink (almost red), while others are a true pink. The “Blushing Knockout” rose (Rosa x “Radyod”), which grows in USDA zones 5 through 9, features a teacup-shaped bloom that is bright pink set against dark green leaves.


Feeding. Knock Out roses are heavy feeders, just like other roses. Apply a balanced fertilizer at a rate of 2 to 3 pounds per 100 square feet between two feedings in early spring. Apply an additional 1 to 2 pounds of balanced fertilizer per 100 square feet once buds form and continue every four weeks until mid-August.

Author: Lisa's * Everyday Life

Hi ! I"am Lisa a Wife,Mom,and blogger. Everyday Life is my way of sharing the every day things in my life. . So check back everyday I will be here with plans,recipes and projects.

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