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Everyone loves roses, and one of the most popular varieties on the market is the long-lasting Knockout Rose. Knockout Roses have earned their popularity by having a consistent bloom throughout the summer, by being easy to grow, and by not requiring the special care of other hybrid rose types. Knockouts are cold tolerant up to zone 5 and are heat tolerant throughout the United States.
Plant them individually among other shrubs, annuals, and perennials in mixed beds and borders. Plant them in large groups to create a colorful hedge or along a foundation to provide a bright border. For best performance, we recommend cutting them back every year in early spring after the last threat of frost has passed.
Not all varieties available at all locations – call your closest Meadows Farms location to ask about availability.
One of the most popular roses in the world today, primarily due to its low maintenance, superior disease resistance and incredibly long period of bloom, with seemingly endless cherry red flowers; all roses need full sun and well-drained soil.
The blooms on this hardy shrub are individually small but are in such big clusters the visual impact is stunning; beginning in spring and continuing throughout the summer and fall, even to the first frost, this shrub will deliver glorious color.
This carefree landscape rose has all of the great features of Knock Out plus the added bonus of fuller blooms with twice as many petals; cherry red blossoms and deep purple fall foliage provides your garden three seasons of interest.
Plant this carefree landscape rose anywhere you need low shrubs and continuous color; a very low maintenance shrub great for along walkways or in the garden; cherry red blossoms and deep purple fall foliage provides your garden three seasons of interest.
Pure white single blooms that really pop against the dark green and burgundy foliage; a lovely citrus fragrance; blooms continually from spring to fall; great for sunny shrub borders or containers.
One of the most popular roses in the world today, primarily due to its low maintenance, superior disease resistance and incredibly long period of bloom, with seemingly endless flowers in hues of yellow; all roses need full sun and well-drained soil.