This hardworking shrub rose produces masses of deep pink, single flowers on a carefree plant. Totally resistant to blackspot, the bushy plant is well-behaved and performs exceptionally well, even in hot weather and humidity that would wilt lesser plants. The foliage is unusual too, a purplish-green that changes to rich burgundy in the fall. Knock Out® will fill your garden with continuous colour all season long, yet requires almost no maintenance. Create maximum impact with a mass planting, or use this outstanding shrub as a colourful border or along a walkway where its light tea rose fragrance can be fully appreciated. Rosa 'RADrazz' PP11836
Botanical NameRosa shrub 'RADrazz'
Hardiness Zone4 to 10
Flowering TimeLate spring to fall
Light RequirementsFull Sun to Partial Shade
Flower ColorLight Red to Deep Pink; more red in cool weather
Flower Form5 - 7 petal rose
Foliage TypeDark purplish green; turns to burgundy in fall
Height/Habit36 - 48 inches
Planting InstructionsPlant at the same level as the soil so the crown of the plant is even with the soil level. Don't bury the crown. Full sun is best for quicker flowering and higher quality plants.
Soil RequirementsWell drained, humus enriched
Will TolerateClay Soil, Loamy Soil, Sandy Soil
PruningPrune to shape. Remove any dead or damaged branches. Self cleaning petals drop and new buds appear without pruning.
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The type of product you order or the weather in our area or your area may affect the anticipated shipping schedule below.
Based on the contents of your order we always strive to ship your order complete, and as early as possible in the planting season to allow for the best root development once planted.
To promote optimum stress protection in transit and your success in the garden, bareroot perennials are kept in the ground in our nurseries until fully dormant. In the Fall these plants tend to arrive at the later end of the shipping window above.
In all cases, we choose the fastest, most efficient way to delivery your orders via the USPS or FedEx. Large orders may be shipped in more than one package.
Bulb and perennial shipments direct from Holland are harvested in July and August dependent on the season and crop. Once fully inspected and packaged they are shipped direct to you in the most efficient manner to follow the dates above.
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