Grow a Knock Out rose bush by planting it in a location with well-drained soil and full sun, watering it regularly, fertilizing it, and pruning it in the early spring, Today's Homeowner suggests. This plant is naturally ... More »

Knockout roses are almost a "stand alone rose," meaning they take no special care and can be planted and left. However, some special care can be taken to ensure great looking flowers. More »

Prune Knock Out roses by cutting the branches at an angle one-fourth of an inch above an outward-facing bud using a pair of bypass pruning shears, states North Carolina State University Cooperative Extension. Wait until ... More »

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