Double knockout rose is a newer variety of the knock out roses.
There are pink and red knockout roses of the new double variety.
These roses look different than the earlier knockouts that have single petals.
The rose flowers have a much fuller look and gardeners are very excited about these roses as they are more beautiful.
Knock out rose care is most likely the easiest of all rose care and maintenance, and I suspect that's why they are so wildly popular with landscapers and gardeners alike.
They are great landscape roses and better
than some plain green shrub that won't do anything except sitting there being green all season.
Don't take this the wrong way, we still need other shrubs and tree's that forms the back bone of our gardens.
But for a splash of color and fragrance, roses can't be beat, especially the knock out roses.
Pruning knockout roses in spring involves trimming and shaping the rose bushes to your liking. Remove any
broken or diseased wood, if you can find any. Deadheading these roses is not necessary unless you want to.
The flowers are self-cleaning, meaning they fall off on their own and don't require deadheading in order
to re-bloom. They just keep blooming and blooming. You get the picture.
Double knockout roses care is very minimal. Make sure the roses don't dry out between watering. Give the roses
a feeding once a month; and if you don't they more than likely will keep on blooming anyway.
But if you really like an intense blooming show, go ahead and feed these roses.
These rose plants are very resistant to common rose diseases. In fact I have never seen any on my ten knockout rose bushes.