Care and Culture for Knockout Roses

Sullivan, Steve
August 2011
American Cemetery;Aug2011, Vol. 83 Issue 8, p28
The author discusses tips on knockout roses management in cemeteries and burial grounds. The author denotes the pruning of these roses by 25% to 50% every year for better shrub growth and blooming of flowers. The author suggests to implement fertilization program for shrubs' growth and survivability in summer seasons. The author also notes several pests to be eliminated including aphids, Japanese beetle, and rose slug sawfly.


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