Four to six weeks
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Do knockout Roses need fertilizer?
Fertilizer nourishes your rose bush and helps create more blooms, although they will continue to bloom without feeding them. That’s the beauty of Knock Out roses: They are the ultimate low maintenance shrub rose.
What time of year do you plant knockout Roses?
The best time to plant knockout roses is in fall or spring. Can you transplant knockout roses? Yes, you can transplant knockout roses. It is recommended that if you are going to be transplanting knockout roses that you should do this in late winter or early spring.
How do you prune knockout Roses in the fall?
I recommend following The 1/3 Rule. As a general rule when pruning knockout roses, you should always make sure that you’re not removing more than one-third of the entire plant- even when it’s in bloom. This means that if you have a 10-foot tall plant, you should cut back the growth to 3 feet (the 1/3).
When to fertilize Roses?
Fertilizing roses is a constant process that provides them with nutrients to continue producing blooms, from the first bloom in Spring to the first frost of Fall. When to Fertilize Roses Regardless of the variety of rose, fertilizing is the same. A regular fertilizing schedule is every four to six weeks during the growing season.