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  • Double Knock Out® Rose

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    Double Knock Out® Rose


    Organic Planting Mix
    Root Rocket Fertilizer
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    Growing Zones: 5-10
    Mature Height: 3-4 ft.
    Mature Width: 2-3 ft.
    Sunlight: Full - Partial
    Blooms: Spring-Fall
    Spacing: 3 ft.
    Botanical: Rosa x 'Radtko' PP#16202
    Cannot Ship to: AZ

    Non-Stop, Explosion of Blooms for 9 Months!

    Rarely does a plant take the gardening world by storm as strongly the American Rose Society's 2000 "All America Rose Selection" winner -- the Knock Out Rose. Unlike other roses, Knock Outs required no deadheading, improved disease resistance and nonstop flowering from spring through fall. Doubling the impact of the original Knock Out's single blossoms is the Double Knock Out Rose, which offers a dazzling and colorful display that is unrivaled among other roses.

    Profusion of flowers – full shrubs are covered with double flowers all season long.
    Low maintenance – unlike most roses, no spraying or dead-heading needed!
    Disease-resistant – holds up better to black spot and powdery mildew than other roses.

    If you've tried growing other types of roses, such as hybrid teas, but you quickly realized how much work was needed to keep them healthy and blooming, Double Knock Out Roses may be just what the plant doctor ordered. Other roses decline if you don't have time to prune them properly, or when black spot and powdery mildew spread quicker than an intensive spraying regimen can manage. But if you plant Double Knock Out Roses, you'll spend more time enjoying them than taking care of them.


    The Double Knock Out is classified as a shrub rose, which means that plants grow fuller, in a more rounded shape, than other classes of roses, such as hybrid teas or climbers and ramblers. The shape is proportionate, with an equal height and width. Flowers are cherry-red or pink, depending on cultivar. Unlike re-blooming or repeat blooming plants, which have separate bloom times at different times of year, the Double Knock Out Rose is a continuous bloomer, which means you'll see a non-stop floral display instead of sporadic blossoms on the plants.

    Landscape Design Options

    Specimen Plant
    One Double Knock Out Rose shrub, strategically placed as a focal point in your sunny garden, will draw the eye as it makes a colorful impact statement. By planting smaller flowering plants (or foliage plants) around or in front of your Double Knock Out Roses, you can create a tiered landscape design that enlivens a bare spot in your yard.

    Flowering Fence
    If you don't need chain-link or wooden fencing to keep your dog inside (or the neighbor's dog outside), you can plant Double Knock Out Roses along both sides of your yard to create a stunning "flowering fence." This living fence will add definition to your property lines while framing your yard to enhance your landscape design.

    Cottage Garden
    Roses are the quintessential cottage-garden plant, and Double Knock Outs really deliver. Instead of having a formal garden that has structure and definition; design a cottage garden with a looser, more casual look to soften the lines of your yard.

    Cutting Garden
    Although Double Knock Out Roses aren't fragrant like other types of roses, their double blossoms add a touch of beauty to any room in your home. On the plus side, for people with allergies who love roses, but who can't enjoy fragrant flowers into their homes, Double Knock Outs are the perfect substitute for the strong fragrances that other flowers exude.

    Container Plant
    If you want to enjoy Double Knock Out Roses on your sunny deck or patio, you can easily grow these shrubs in a container. Choose a heavier-weight wooden, terracotta or ceramic pot instead of plastic to keep the mature shrubs upright in windy weather. At the corners of your deck or patio, arrange three containers – one at the tip of the corner and the other two pots staggered in front – in a triangular formation. This will add depth to the design and you'll enjoy many more colorful flowers than if you use a single pot. If you have an elevated deck, particularly at the second-story level of your home, make sure the decking construction can support the weight of all filled containers. (Don't forget to factor in the additional weight that water will add to the potting mix after a heavy rainfall, and choose containers with drainage holes.)


    Drought-Typically, roses are not drought-tolerant plants. The Double Knock Out Rose is an exception to this rule. Although drought-tolerant does not mean drought-loving, Double Knock Outs can withstand short periods of drought without suffering adversely. However, like most landscape plants, during periods of severe drought, these shrubs need to be watered.

    Heat-Although Double Knock Out Roses are cold-hardy to Zone 5, they show remarkable tolerance to the heat in warmer zones. During the heat of summer, other types of roses may experience a lag in blooming, but Double Knock Outs are unfazed.

    Humidity-If you live in the humid South, you know how challenging it is to grow healthy roses in that climate. Many Southern gardeners have claimed Double Knock Out Roses as their favorite garden plant because of how these shrubs prosper in the humidity.


    Pests-If you consider the common insect pests of roses, aphids probably come to mind first. Although Double Knock Out Roses are not immune from these pests, they are more resistant than other types of roses.

    Diseases- Black spot and powdery mildew, which are fungal diseases of plants, plague most roses. Double Knock Out Roses have a proven resistance to the pathogens that cause these problems.

    When to Plant

    It's best to plant most roses during their winter dormant season, but Double Knock Out Roses are so resilient that (with proper planting technique and aftercare) you can plant them any time during the year.

    How to Plant

    Care in planting Double Knock Outs will make the difference in a shrub that simply survives or thrives. Your roses will arrive healthy, with a well-developed root system. Follow these planting guidelines to get your shrubs off to a good start in your garden:

    Selecting the Site
    Double Knock Out Roses are perennials in USDA plant hardiness zones 5 through 9. (If you're planting your shrubs in containers, this places their roots above ground level where they will not be insulated by the surrounding soil, so they'll overwinter in their pots to Zone 6.) A full-sun location (at least 6, but preferably 8 hours of sun each day) promotes fuller foliage growth and more flowers. Double Knock Out Roses aren't too fussy about the type of soil they grow in, but they do need a well-draining site. If the roots sit in soggy soil, they may rot. Before excavating planting holes, have a locate service mark the ground above any underground utility lines so you don't sever them when you dig.

    Preparing the Site
    Take a soil sample to your local Cooperative Extension Service for testing. Extension staff can help you interpret the results and recommend how to adjust the soil pH to 6.0-6.5, which is optimal for Double Knock Out Roses. Loosen the soil on site by digging or tilling to a depth of 6 inches. Spread an organic amendment, such as compost, in a 2-inch layer over the entire planting area and work it into the loosened soil.

    Planting Hole Depth and Width
    Dig a planting hole wider than it is deep, using the root ball of your Double Knock Out Roses as a guide. The hole should be only as deep as the root ball but several times as wide. Gently remove your plant from its container and place it in the planting hole, checking its depth to make sure it won't be planted deeper in the ground than it was in its container. Backfill the hole with the soil you removed when digging without adding potting mix, fertilizer or any soil amendments to the planting hole. Very lightly firm the soil around the shrub.

    Add 2 to 3 inches of mulch, such as chopped leaves, pine needles, shredded pine bark, hardwood chips or nuggets around your plants to the width of the hole you dug. This will help conserve moisture and keep the weeds at a minimum. Pull the mulch away from the base of your shrub.

    Give your newly planted Double Knock Out Rose bush a deep, thorough soaking. Always water at the base of the plant to keep its leaves dry. Water on the foliage may cause spotting and encourage disease.

    Roses are healthier when there's good air circulation around each plant. Space plants 4 feet away from other plants, walls and fences.

    Container Plants
    Fill pots with a commercial soilless potting mix instead of garden soil. Container roses will dry out more quickly than in-ground plants. Water potted plants until the water flows freely from the drainage hole, and then water again (if there's no rain), when the soil begins to dry.

    Ongoing Care

    Infrequent, deep watering is better than frequent, shallow sprinklings. In the absence of sufficient rainfall (1 inch per week), hand-watering at the base of each plant or drip irrigation, such as soaker hoses, is optimal for Double Knock Out Roses.

    Based on the results of a soil test, your local Cooperative Extension Service can advise about type, formulation and frequency of fertilization to correct any nutrient deficiencies or excesses. As a rule of thumb, Double Knock Out Roses respond well to a light fertilization schedule using 12-6-6 or 10-20-20 every 4 to 6 weeks.

    Deadheading, which is a type of pruning that removes spent blossoms so the new growth can produce more flowers, is a time-intensive task that's necessary to maintain many types of roses. But Double Knock Out Roses continue to produce new flowers without needing to be deadheaded. You can leave your shrubs unpruned throughout their growing season, and they'll continue blooming. However, a few snips here and there during the dormant season will help keep them looking neat and maximize their flowering potential.

    Why Prune?
    • Double Knock Out Roses naturally grow 3 to 4 feet tall, but if they're never pruned they may grow slightly taller and begin to lose their tidy look.

    • As some branches grow, they may begin to grow inward or cross other canes, instead of growing outward, which is healthier and aesthetically more desirable.

    • Shrubs may grow thickly, reducing air circulation around the canes and increasing susceptibility to disease.

    When to Prune
    We'll ship your plants perfectly pruned and shaped, so you won't have to do any trimming until the second or third year after planting. As the buds begin to break their dormancy, usually in February or March, they'll start to swell before the new growth appears. When you notice this, it's the perfect time to do any pruning.

    Where to Prune
    Find a bud that faces outward – a small red sprout – and make a 45-degree cut one-half inch above the bud, with your cut slanting outward in the same direction and angle as the bud.

    How to Prune
    • Remove any branches that cross other branches.
    • Remove any branches that grow inward, toward the center of your Double Knock Out Rose bush.
    • Remove one-third of the older canes each year.
    • If you want to reduce the height of your shrubs, prune all the canes to 24 inches.

    Because of Double Knock Out Rose's pest- and disease-resistance, you may never have to spray your plants. But if you see aphids or other insect pests in large numbers on your plants, spray insecticidal soap as an organic pesticide, following label directions. If a fungal problem presents itself, such as black spot or downy mildew, use a fungicide labeled for use on roses.

    Exception: A disease that attacks some roses – called rose rosette disease – is caused by a virus transmitted by a tiny mite. Symptoms of this disease include thickly growing red growth (not naturally occurring red buds) and excessive thorniness. Unfortunately, there is no treatment or cure for plant viruses.

    Winter Care
    When your Double Knock Out Roses drop their leaves in autumn, rake and remove all the fallen leaves, flowers and twigs underneath plants, because diseases can overwinter on plant debris. Replace the old mulch with fresh mulch.

    How to Cut Roses
    • When you go into the garden to cut Double Knock Out Roses, take a bucket of warm water with you.
    • Select flowers that have just started to open; tight buds may not open completely and fully opened blooms won't last as long.
    • Cut the stems with a sharp knife at a 45-degree angle, and immediately plunge them into the water.

    How to Extend the Vase Life of Cut Roses
    • Strip the bottoms of stems to remove leaves that are in the water to keep the water cleaner.

    • Change the water daily to keep it fresh.

    • Dissolve a package of floral preservative into the water in your vase or make a homemade version: Stir 1 pint of a lemon-line soda (non-diet) into 1 pint of water. Add ½ teaspoon of household bleach and mix thoroughly. Use this solution instead of water when you fill your vase.

    • Store your cut roses away from bowls of fruit, because the ethylene gas that ripening fruit produces will cause the flowers to age more quickly. Although a bowl of red apples beside a vase filled with red roses may dress up your kitchen table, the apples will cause the roses to droop and drop their petals prematurely.

    Customer Reviews

    Rated 4.7 out of 5 based on 93 reviews

    Nel T  

    September 5, 2017

    Received two healthy red knockout bushes. Much larger than the first one we received. Both had flowers on them and appeared healthy despite the trauma of being shipped to us.

    Sonali Tikekar  

    August 26, 2017

    Arrived on time, packing was good. The plant itself was smaller than what we get in local nurseries in 2 gallon pots

    Kathy Blanchard  

    August 9, 2017

    Arrived in excellent condition

    Nel T  

    August 9, 2017

    Arrived healthy looking with plenty of leaves. Good size as well.


    August 7, 2017

    Plants were a bit smaller than I expected. I wish they did pictures for size comparison for what we are buying.

    Sarah Durham  

    August 5, 2017

    In good shape when the arrived and healthy. Could have been a better shipping price. Next time might just go to Home Depot.

    Sharen Bunn  

    June 25, 2017

    Have never been disappointed with anything that I have bought from them.

    Ramona Montgomery  

    June 12, 2017

    They came on time & were beautiful

    K. Talbot  

    June 12, 2017

    I could've gotten a much nicer plant for the same price from a nursery.

    Gail Wentworth  

    May 29, 2017

    My plant was delivered on time and the package was wonderful. No damage to the plant.

    Dennis Locke  

    May 23, 2017

    Had yellow leaves and broken stems on a lot of the plants.

    Charlie Chen  

    May 22, 2017

    It came in in bad shape with very dry soil and broken branches.

    Yesenia Herrera  

    May 20, 2017

    Shipment was sooner than I thought. It was also a better price than my local nursery.

    Darinella Dorsey  

    May 14, 2017

    Some of the leaves were dead. The soil was very dey.

    Joel From NY, NY  

    May 9, 2017

    healthy and ready to grow

    Linda Morrison  

    April 21, 2017

    Thriving and looks nice in our yard. Easy to maintain! We have the roses and the trees. Very nice and maintenance free...

    Marilyn Wiseman  

    April 21, 2017

    Good looking plants with some flowers.

    Barbara Harris  

    April 17, 2017

    The item was delivered promptly in good condition. The zone was displayed to insure proper selection.

    Roger Burke  

    April 15, 2017

    Not the quality that I can purchase locally.


    April 6, 2017

    These knockouts came out of the box swinging -- they hit the ground blooming and, if they're like the beauties I got from Brighter Blooms last year, they'll continue to bloom and grow. Great plants; great prices!


    April 5, 2017

    looks lovely in the garden

    Robert Thomas  

    March 29, 2017

    Beautiful roses Beautiful price!!!

    Francisco Di Blasi  

    March 29, 2017


    Ramon Latallade  

    February 13, 2017

    All products in good shape

    Lawrence A.M.Guidry  

    August 30, 2016

    I have these growing in several areas of my yard and am especially proud of the blooms. not much of a gardener but these give me a sense of pride.


    August 30, 2016

    I received the double knockout rose in mint condition and planted it the next day...within 2 weeks in the ground it already has rose buds coming out!!!! I am so excited to see the first bloom and very pleased that all the plants i ordered are doing great!


    August 30, 2016

    Just arrived yesterday, was very happy with size of bush and roses on it....should be very pretty!


    August 30, 2016

    Not much of a gardener, which is why I bought "easy" plants. Lucky for me, they were healthy too! A year later, I could not be happier. All my rose bushes have not only survived the winter in tact, (some are close to the sidewalk and snow and salt may have gotten onthem) but they are growing like weeds! I love these knock outs!


    August 30, 2016

    I live in the south. I bought 32 double knock out roses just this year and they are already setting a statement. I got the whole neighborhood talking!

    Rose In NC  

    August 30, 2016

    I saw these Roses every where and asked about them. I bought 6 and I love them! They are growing nicely and still blooming in November! I'll order 6 more next year! Love it.


    August 30, 2016

    The red knockout rose is in it's second year and it has SO many beautivul blooms on it. My husband and I just love it and wish we would have bought more of the red. The other 3 rose bushes came back nicely from the frigid winter and are also blooming nicely.


    August 30, 2016

    We purchased three Double Knockout Rose plants last summer (2010). With two months of no rain and a cold, snowy winter, we expected to have to replace the plants this spring. Not only did all three plants survive, they are currently in full bloom. Any future plants needed for our yard will also be purchased from Brighter Blooms Nursery.


    August 30, 2016

    The Knockout Roses are extremely hardy. They had to sit in their pots for 2 months, while the front of my house was being repaired, until they were planted. The plants are still small but producing lovely roses.


    August 30, 2016

    My knockout roses came so well packaged and they were HUGE and blooming when they arrived! Thank you for a quality product and for shipping them so professionally!

    Ann Marie  

    August 30, 2016

    My Knockout rose is doing great, beautiful Roses!

    Double Red Knockout Roses  

    August 30, 2016

    I have planted many roses from other companies in the past, without much success, most died. The knockout roses are indestructable and bloom without fussing over them with fertilizers or sprays.


    August 30, 2016

    I just received my order of 6 red knockout roses, they came in perfect condition, I have to compliment this company for perfect packaging, roses are beautiful, I am glad I found this company. I bought some other knockout roses from different place, but they were not as beautifull as these. Now I know where to go for my next order.

    Michelle In Ocala, FL  

    August 30, 2016

    My father used these roses to replace what was previously in his garden. These roses tolerate the Florida heat well in the summer. And look great in the Florida "winter"!


    August 30, 2016

    Planted 2 red bushes which bloomed very well. Moved them one year later to another location and again they bloomed very well.


    August 30, 2016

    I planted three knockout roses in the front yard, under a pine tree next to the street and they are already blooming and look fantastic! thrilled with the purchase!! Thank you


    August 30, 2016

    We orderd a rose bush to be mailed to friends after they had a death in the family. The recipient of our gift was thrilled to pieces and loved the plant when it arrived. It is nice that you can bill to one person and ship to another. Roses make a wonderful gift for so many occasions!


    August 30, 2016

    I ordered two of the red double knockout roses in the gallon size. I was a bit concerned if the plants would be okay because the time between the ship date and the day that I received my plants was almost a full week, but the roses were in pretty good condition and had many blooms on them.


    August 30, 2016

    I have SEVERAL of the double knock outs.... pink and red, they make a beautiful privacy hedge along my patio.

    Tina In Clearwater, FL  

    August 30, 2016

    I received the plants a few days before I was informed that I needed to go out of town for an emergency. My husband placed the flower pots (ordered 11 of them) in the driveway where they could get sun and rain. They were there for 3 weeks. When I finally planted them I used the coconut husk and the food that the site suggested. Within a few weeks they started growing. The ones that get a lot of water have grown over a foot in the 2 1/2 months I have had them! SOOOOO many flowers! Beautiful!!!


    August 30, 2016

    I bought a house in Central California -- summer temps average around 90. There was a red double knockout rose bush in the yard. I had never been a big fan of roses before -- too much work and I was never very successful at getting them to look good and healthy. This one changed my mind. It blooms constantly, needs no care and always looks gorgous! Once my husband got carried away and pruned it almost to the ground. I was scared it would never come back to it's former glory. Not only did it come back, but was better than ever! I absolutely love this bush and am now planting more!


    August 30, 2016

    I bought the red double knock out roses last year 2009, they great I love them had to get some for my mom.looking foward in getting more..


    August 30, 2016

    Oh, my! Up here in Central NYS these beauties grow and thrive under just about any conditions Momma Nature can throw at them! They just glow in sun or partial dappled shade here in my backyard and the color(s) of the Red Double Knockout are beautiful--this rose "goes with" just about any color plantings you may have. Plan on purchasing more for front walkway! Just love these easy to grow and thrive just about anywhere!


    August 30, 2016

    I received three Double Red Knockouts for my birthday, They are BEAUTIFUL! I'm on my way out to plant them now. Also, I did find some yellow ones here in Tulsa, OK.


    August 30, 2016

    I love my knockout roses. The only way to describe them because truly they are a knockout. They bloom from spring to frost in Georgia


    August 30, 2016

    After I discovered the knockout rose myself, I started buying them for gifts like housewarming, birthdays, even instead of funeral flowers (a constant reminder of a loved one, especially in a garden with an angel). Very appreciated by the recipient!


    August 30, 2016

    I think the prettiest ones are the yellow and white knockout roses, the they smell so good, i would not have any other Rose

    Brigitte In OH  

    August 30, 2016

    We ordered 8 Knockout Roses in November. They arrived in excellent Condition. They started to bloom at the End of May and haven't stopped. We are very pleased.

    Phyllis In Ohio  

    August 30, 2016

    Got the roses last year & WOW are they gorgeous!!!!! They are in the backyard & gonna get 4 more. Never have I seen any rose that blooms so continually & so full of roses. I just love them & wouldn't buy them anywhere else. It was new last summer & it came with blooms & flowered all summer. I have seen other double knockout roses but none as nice as yours!!!!


    August 30, 2016

    I planted 7 double red knockouts in SE Missouri & they do very well, i love them!


    August 30, 2016

    double red knockout roses, they grow so big and beautiful, so happy with this plant wish i knew about it years ago,hard to believe it grows so good. thank you .

    William Bates  

    August 30, 2016

    I reside in central Illinois and purchased six (5) Double Knockout rose bushes in late August of 2008. They survived a very cold winter in 2008/09, have attained an average height of about 3 feet this first year and have bloomed consistently from the Spring of 2009 to date (Oct 2, 2009). They are fantastically beautiful. We had a cooler than normal most of the summer, coupled with considerable rain, both of which I feel contributed to the Knockout's growth and heavy blooming.


    August 30, 2016

    Double Red Knockout Rose was ordered late had to wait plant was small in size but the dumb thing just kept on growing and had progressively more blooms all summer long. beautiful blooms, well worth the wait.


    August 30, 2016

    I have 3 - live in SW Wisconsin - planted the Red Double Knockout Rose this summer - they've flourished - even with almost drought conditions - they're beautiful !!

    Susan Klein  

    August 30, 2016

    I live in up state NY and in one word........ FABULOUS!!!!!! And the deer wont touch these Double Knockout Roses!


    August 30, 2016

    I planted 6 Red Double Knockout Roses this Spring and they are doing beautifully! I have found that they do well in all light but seem to thrive the best in morning sun/afternoon shade.


    August 30, 2016

    These are amazing Knockout rose bushes. They just keep on growing and blooming. I can't wait for next Spring to see how they look after some more growth! We planted them as border around our patio so the bigger the better!


    August 30, 2016

    My red Knock Out Rose is still blooming and it's October 1. I have been very happy with it and may buy more depending on how much I want to increase my gardens.


    August 30, 2016

    We live in Eugene, Oregon and my knockout roses are blooming profusely into October. They are the most beautiul in their brilliant red next to my hydrangeas. As other plants are more subdued in our fall garden, the almost neon the those knockouts is a knockout.


    August 30, 2016

    I planted a row of Red Double Knockout Roses in the spring. They were about 12 inches tall when planted and now they are about 3 feet tall. They are still blooming in October! I couldn't be happier since I really don't have a green thumb.


    August 30, 2016

    Absolutely delighted with these roses. Blooming the day we planted them. I wish I had them years ago. Wonder what a knockout rose tree would do?


    August 30, 2016

    Double knock Out Rose is beautiful and very long blooming... just wish it came in a yellow.


    August 30, 2016

    I can verify that plants that come from Brighter Blooms is a lot larger and a lot healthier than from 2 other companies that I also received plants from. They grow at a faster pace. I have even had some plants die that I bought from the 2 other companies but not Brighter Blooms. Very satisfied.


    August 30, 2016

    I love my double red knockout roses!


    August 30, 2016

    If you love roses, there is no rose better than these double knockout roses!

    L R Hughes  

    August 30, 2016

    The Red Double Knockout Roses are growing well and we love the color.


    August 30, 2016

    I purchased 7 rose bushes last year. They make a great backdrop in front of our house. We can see them from our Living room. They looked great last year and 6 of them have returned just fine. 1 of them is struggling and is very weak with small leaves and buds no disease appears.


    August 30, 2016

    I think the Red Double Knockout Rose is the most beautiful rose plant i have seen!


    August 30, 2016

    I have three Red Double Knockout Roses, and 1 (one) of them is about 5 1/2 feet tall. The others are about the normal 4 feet tall. They are beautiful from early spring thru fall. I live in North Alabama so they love the warmer weather and apparently lots of humidity.

    Marilyn In FL  

    August 30, 2016

    When I received my 3gal. double knockout roses, they had a long journey. I said this will be a test of love, because I've been anticipating their arrival with joy. A little "TLC". and lots of patience, they've rebounded and doubled in size, new growth everywhere, and beautiful flowers and blooms sprouting all over! I am getting ready to pull old shrubs, that were doing nothing, and preparing ground for more double knockout roses of different colors. I truly believe in testament, that they are as great as they say they are. I've read so many wonderful things about these magical roses. Thank you so very much. I admire them in my garden every single day, sometimes a couple of times daily.


    August 30, 2016

    The Red Double Knockout Rose are beautiful. A family member introducted these to me because I had trouble growing flowers. I am very pleased with the results thus far.


    August 30, 2016

    The Red Double Knockout Roses is the easiest rose to grow, and has the most beautiful blooms. No more spraying for me.


    August 30, 2016

    Knockout Roses are great eye catchers!


    August 30, 2016

    I live in Sarasota, FL and can attest that the Red Double Knockout Roses are wonderful growers and givers all year


    August 30, 2016

    I live in Mississippi and planted 6 Double Red Knockout Roses, love love love them. They are beautiful, they grow fast and are very easy to care for.


    August 30, 2016

    I planted 60 Knockout Roses at our Veterans Memorial Park in Va. Beach 2 years ago. They are a knock-out in show when the blush and red are together blooming.


    August 30, 2016

    This is one bodacious beautiful rosebush that I prefer to use in a long row where we have a narrow strip of land next to neighboors that is otherwise useless. It brings incredible beauty to an otherwise area that I have always just mowed with a push mower in Texas summers of 90-100 degrees. I no longer have to mow that long strip! Pruning is done once a year when the weather here is cooler.


    August 30, 2016

    We just ordered 18 of the Double Red Knockout Roses and are so excited to get them. We feel they will definitely be an enhancement and talked about feature of our home for years to come.


    August 30, 2016

    Double Knockout Rose....easiest rose I have ever grown. Withstands hurricanes in south Mississippi.


    August 30, 2016

    We have 10 Red Double Knockout Roses here in southern Kentucky, and they are still blooming beautifully, in October! Any other rose would have stopped blooming months ago. This is the only rose I have ever had that did not get fungi really badly.


    August 30, 2016

    I planted three Red Double Knockout Roses in the spring, and they have grown to nearly 4 feet tall in just one season. They have SO many blooms on them, ALL the time! They are just beautiful. And the best part? I didn't do a thing to them- didn't spray, didn't fertilize (except when I first planted them)--no maintenance whatsoever. I am a notorious plant-killer, so you know these are hardy things!

    Cathy Wieder  

    August 30, 2016

    These knockout roses are absolutely outstanding - as advertised and more. The roses were packaged with care I was amazed at what a fine job they did and as a result, how well they traveled. My roses arrived in full bloom and in top condition... not a single tiny stem was so much as bent! Moist soil, leaves were deep green and shiny. Buying on line from this company is absolutely worthwhile. And the sales staff are as fabulous as their roses!

    Millie Byerlyx  

    June 3, 2016

    Absolutely beautiful, outstanding quality!

    Rita Felker  

    May 19, 2016

    excellent customer service, stand behind their warranty.

    Vickie Earle, Yakima, WA  

    April 30, 2016

    My plants were packaged with such care they were delivered in pristine condition. The promise of beautiful blooms and healthy foliage was a dream come true. I highly recommend purchasing them in the 3 gallon buckets. Big, healthy, immediate flowerbed transformation upon planting.

    Catherine Hunt  

    April 25, 2016

    Arrived in great shape with a rose blossom on it. Doing good.

    Dave Pazandak  

    April 20, 2016

    Great ! The roses were large and flowering profusely. I would have accepted just a well leafed out plant, but I'll obviously take these.

    James Taylor  

    April 3, 2016

    Arrived healthy and robust.

    Tom Savin  

    March 30, 2016

    The plants were green and healthy looking. Also the plants were in pots (as opposed to bare root) which helps for their survival.

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