Knockout roses. I have always wondered what that meant. I don’t have any roses in my garden, even though I have tried.
For some reason, I always thought that Knockout Roses were really knock-off roses.
Knockout Roses were introduced in 2000. Many people assume that Knockout Roses need absolutely no care at all – no water, no fertilizer, no pruning. That’s really not true.
They do require water and always benefit from from occasional fertilizer. And like any other plant, an occasional manicure keeps the shrub in shape.
Perhaps not a rose for cutting, these roses look spectacular in containers and in borders. Definitely going to add some color, by way of the Knockout, to my garden this year!
Moving right through this alphabet challenge!