Saturday, March 21, 2009

A yellow Knockout, just in time for spring planting

Jessica Damiano's award-winning garden blog gets to the root of things. She wrote this week about Sunny Knock Out . . .
If you like yellow roses, you might have to sit down for this one. Knockout roses, a gift to gardeners a few years back, has unveiled a yellow version of its shrubby, disease-resistant, zero-maintenance bush.
Three years ago, I bought two red single Knockouts (they're hot pink, really, but the tag says Rosa Radrazz). They grew so fast and bloomed nonstop from June through December, requiring no deadheading, no powdery mildew treatment, no pruning, nothing. I thought I'd died and gone to heaven. Read the rest of the post about Sunny Knock Out

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