The Knock Out® Rose

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Average: 5 (3 votes)

Rosa

'Radrazz'

PP#11836 CPBR#0993

The original member of The Knock Out® Family. This shrub rose set a new standard in disease resistance with little to no maintenance required. The bloom cycle produces rich cherry red/hot pink blooms that will continue until the first hard frost. Black spot resistant, drought tolerant and self-cleaning, this rose suits every garden and every lifestyle. The Knock Out® Rose was selected as the Best Low Maintenance Rose by Birds & Blooms in 2014.

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The Knock Out® Rose

Flower Color: 
Flowers / Petal Count: 
Medium, 7-11 petals
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Height: 
3-4'
Hybridizer: 
Bill Radler
Intro Year: 
2000
Light Requirements: 
Spread: 
3-4'

Additional Tips

Can be used in any landscape. Plant individually among shrubs, annuals and perennials in mixed beds and borders. Plant in large groups to create a colorful hedge or plant along a foundation to provide a bright border

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The first time I saw these beautiful roses was on our vacation in Tennessee. I fell in love and bought 4 praying they'd do well in our hot zone in Clearwater, Fl. I was happy to see they grow in our zone, maybe won't put them in our full baking sun. Very excited and hope they do well.

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I bought two of these rose trees and I've loved them since I laid eyes on them. I planted them in an extra large container. 1 plant to each and then made a surrounding for my front entrance. They look beautiful and they suit my yard.

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Plant 'em and forget 'em! That is my motto and these plants truly live up to that standard. We live in a condo and have them all over the place. They're beautiful... I never get tired of them!

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Your rating: 5
Precisely why I chose the Knockout family of roses for the hedge that I just finished. I want to enjoy them, not spend all my time deadheading 50 rose bushes! (Only 35 in the hedge, the others are in various beds all over the yard.)

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