Knock Out Roses
Produces clusters of double, cherry red flowers from late spring until frost. Foliage turns purple in the fall. Height: 100-125 cm Spread: 100-125 cm
Knock Out Roses were developed in Wisconsin and first introduced in 2000. These roses are hardy, disease resistant, heat tolerant and incredibly floriferous blooming from late spring right into the fall. Best grown in full sun and moist, well-drained soil. Deadhead to promote reblooming. Avoid overhead watering.
2 gallon container size
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