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 »

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 »

If Knock Out roses aren't pruned, they don't produce as many flowers or grow as well, according to Gardening Know How. Nonetheless, the NC Cooperative Extension recommends that Knock Out roses shouldn't be pruned for the... More »

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