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Knock Out®
Coretta Scott King

Roses can be easy to grow     We choose the most disease resistant roses available. We think the less you have to spray for diseases like black spot and powdery mildew, the better.  These roses offer beauty, fragrance, and a long blooming season as well, making them a true favorite among gardeners. The classes of roses we offer include Hybrid Tea, Grandiflora, Floribunda, Shrub roses, and Climbing roses.   

  Hybrid Teas are upright, repeat-blooming roses with large flowers, one per stem.
  Grandiflora roses are also upright, repeat-blooming plants with large flowers in clusters.  They are a cross between Hybrid Teas and Floribundas.
  Floribunda roses are more compact plants with smaller flowers borne in clusters.  
 Climbing roses are plants with long trailing canes that are usually trained to a fence, trellis, or arbor.
 Shrub roses are a large group that includes many kinds of “landscape” roses useful in beds, as hedges or ground covers, or in mixed borders with other shrubs and flowers. This group has gained great popularity in recent years especially with the introduction of the now classic Knock Out Rose.

Easy to Grow Shrub Roses  Hardy and trouble-free, Shrub Roses bloom heavily from spring to fall with little care, no spraying and no deadheading of spent blooms.   A simple pruning in early spring or throughout the summer as desired, will keep these roses looking good.  Plant Knock Out™ (red), Double Knock Out™, Pink Knock Out®, Sunny Yellow Knock Out or White Out for easy care. You'll be amazed at their vigor and ease of care.

   Other shrub roses at Plantscape are Drift® Roses, repeat-bloomers that are tough, disease resistant, winter hardy and virtually maintenance-free.

  Drift® Roses are a cross between full-size groundcover roses and miniature roses. From the former they kept toughness, disease resistance and winter hardiness. From the miniatures, they inherited their well-managed size and repeat-blooming nature.

  Continuously blooming from spring to frost (bloom cycle about every 5-6 weeks), they are naturally dwarf with very attractive foliage.