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This is a great time to cut back roses to prepare for the spring growth. Cutting back the roses will allow the roses to comeback thicker and fuller in the spring time.
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  • Wanda
    on Feb 19, 2014

    Thank you Douglas. I have had my knockouts in the ground for about 5 years. They do grow so rapidly and are simply beautiful. The only variety of roses that I seem to have any luck with!!

  • Yes this applies to knockoutroses as well. You should do it within the next couple of weeks asspring is right around the corner.

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