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landscaping with boxwoods- I love the look of this but would do something other than roses Boxwood Hedge

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Pruning Knock Out Roses: How To Trim Knock Out Roses

knockout-rose how and when to prune. Spring 1/3 back to shape and remove dead branches. Also other tips.

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How to Grow Knockout Roses From Clippings

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Double Knock out roses - the least demanding rose ever. Blooms like crazy all summer long, no deadheading required. Fills up a flower bed. Plant 3 feet apart, prune in spring to keep bush size under control. Planted in full sun. Plant with blue salvia, daisies, and dianthus. I planted a climber - purple jackmanii at the base of each plant to let it grow up and through the branches in the hopes it will twine onto the deck.

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Prune Knockout Roses

Knockout roses are a relatively low-fuss rose variety, but they still need regular pruning in order to maintain their beauty and health. You need to prune the plants once in the early spring and, to a lesser degree, throughout the entire...

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How to care for Knockout Roses: Plant them properly in well-drained, rich soil; Water them amply (at their base, never the leaves); Provide them with adequate sun (min 6 hours of morning sun); Prune them once a year (start of growing season); Fertilize them a bit. I follow these tips, and my Knockout Roses are over 10 feet tall! -Ali C.

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