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Category Archives: Knock Out Roses
Our ‘Blushing Knockout’ is in its glory this week. By far it is our best performing of the 12 knockout shrubs we have. This rose has formed a very round and disease free shrub now standing almost 5 ft tall!
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Knock Out Shrub – Red Blend ARS Rating – 8.5 Everytime I feature a knock out rose on my blog, my wife snorts.. Not at the rose, at me. I was a reluctant to plant these landscape roses in my garden … Continue reading
>Since the recent Birmingham Botanical Gardens Plant Sale, I have acquired several new roses.(2 from the sale) They are as follows: 1 – Old Blush – China Rose1- Climbing Pinkie3 – Sunny Knockouts3 – Queen Elizabeth – Grandiflora (In honor … Continue reading
> Mutabilis – China Rose – Day 1 Mutabilis – China Rose – Day 3I love the way this China rose changes color on bush! Rainbow Knockout – Shrub Rose Burgundy Iceberg – Floribunda
> “Knockout” – Red – Shrub Rose We returned from our Spring Break on the Alabama Gulf Coast to a pleasant surprise. Our very first rose bloom of the season! It was the bloom of a red “Knockout” rose. Last … Continue reading
> In my final installment on Knockout roses, the Rainbow “Radcor” knockout is my least favorite. I planted two bushes in the Pink rose bed in early spring and not much has happened since. Their growth has been lackluster to … Continue reading
>If I had to pick a favorite Knockout rose, I think it would be Blushing Knockout. “Radyod” forms a very nice shrub and always has a bloom. The first year in my garden, this rose grew in a pot on … Continue reading