5,978 knockout roses Outdoor Design Photos

Johnsen Landscapes & Pools
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Johnsen Landscapes & Pools
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knock out roses ~ a new kind of rose
Beautiful ornamental grasses along w the roses
roses backed by grasses - bordered by juniper
knockout roses against dark green grasses
ornamental grasses paired with roses -- just beautiful
Distinguishing traits. This rose has a great medium size, which allows it to be used in many areas of the garden — from borders to containers. It features dark green leaves and blooms in reds, pinks and yellows. The flowers can have single or double petals, but the only one that has fragrance is the
the Sunny Knock Out.There is no need to deadhead these roses, as one of their best features is that they will bloom nearly continuously without removing the faded flowers.
“Beautiful ornamental grasses along w the roses” — debsinjon
Statile & Todd
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Herringbone Brick Path In An Orchard
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the dwarf fruit trees in the orchard. A fence keeps the deer out which is bordered by everblooming shrub roses. Clematis climbs the fence bringing complimentary colors to the palate for the roses.
What is this pink rose hedge please, thanks
row of roses - along back of picket fence maybe?
shrub roses + climbing clematis for height difference
Exquisite RosesRoses are heavy feeders — in terms of both food and water. Fertilize once a month and give each rose about 5 gallons of water each week (or about 1 inch per week). Water in the morning, at the base of the plant to help discourage black spot.
Southeast. "Roses are in full swing right
Enjoy abundant rose blooms. Roses are in full swing right now. Let your roses flesh out; prune less in May so they grow taller. This is usually good advice for the first couple of cuttings. Then you can prune at will, remembering to cut the next five leaflets at an angle. Expert Pruning Secrets for Exquisite
“Roses” — moyskione
The Arrow Shop, Ltd.
Glencoe Garden
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Coneflower, Moonbeam Coreopsis, Palace Purple Coral Bells, Blue Wonder Catmint, East Friesland Salvia, Autumn Joy Sedum, Annabellle Hydrangea, Knockout Roses, and Black Eyed Susans.
Catmint, East Friesland Salvia, Autumn Joy Sedum, Annabellle Hydrangea, Knockout Roses, and Black Eyed Susans. Sent from my iPad
Sedum, Annabellle Hydrangea, Knockout Roses, and Black Eyed Susans.
Russian Sage, Purple Coneflower, Moonbeam Coreopsis, Palace Purple Coral Bells, Blue Wonder Catmint, East Friesland Salvia, Autumn Joy Sedum, Annabellle Hydrangea, Knockout Roses, and Black Eyed Susans.
Coreopsis, Palace Purple Coral Bells, Blue Wonder Catmint, East Friesland Salvia, Autumn Joy Sedum, Annabellle Hydrangea, Knockout Roses, and Black Eyed Susans.
“Billowy Russian sage/solid coneflower combo” — spinach
Loudon County Custom Home Builder
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a Blade of Grass
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Brookline Brownstone
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directly behind is Hibiscus syriacus 'Lucy'; the pink flowers to the left are Blushing Knockout Roses; the dark purple flowers behind the rose are Salvia 'May Night'; the bright reddish pink flowers are Red Knockout Roses; the tree on the left side is Styrax japonicus; and just in front of that is Hydrangea
“side yard idea” — mkazemaini
Suzman Design Associates
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Country Court Yard
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Could you please tell the name of your rose bushes? Thanks
enjoy roses in your garden, modern landscape roses (as seen above) such as Knockout, Drift, Oso Easy and Flower Carpet roses create
A neatly contained rose garden would not be out of place in this landscape style. It
Love these roses as a border
where roses are a good idea
pollinators for our vegetable gardens.If you want to avoid any pest problems yet still enjoy roses in your garden, modern landscape roses (as seen above) such as Knockout, Drift, Oso Easy and Flower Carpet roses create a long-lasting flower display in the garden, yet need little care and fussing to do
plants. Usually you admire roses in a floral arrangement or as a specimen bush. Although some may argue that an entire bank planted with the same species of rose contradicts the unique and rare qualities that are associated with a single bush or stem, I think this flourish of roses only escalates the grandeur
“modern landscape roses (as seen above) such as Knockout, Drift, Oso Easy and Flower Carpet roses cre” — judith195
Arcadia Gardens, LLC
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Summer long color
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Hosta, hydrangea and Knock Out roses provide a strong background for an ever changing selection of annuals.
the more recognizable form of roses.
Bed with roses and hosta edging
garden-hostas, hydrangas & Knock Out roses
How to use it. Because of their medium size, Knock Out roses complement any landscape and are perfect in perennial
hosta, hydrangea, and knock out roses
knock out roses seem easy to grow
container your rose came in, then gently remove the rose from its pot. Loosen up its roots and place it in the hole, replacing the soil and tamping down around the base of the plant. Water it thoroughly, and for the next several weeks, check on the soil moisture as your Knock Out rose is getting established
“Beautifully arranged garden” — juliakrystine
Summerset Gardens/Joe Weuste
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Back Yard Planting
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A back yard planting design adjacent to a pool deck. Roses are in full bloom. A split rail fence provides a barrier on top of a stone tree well. This pool landscaping project is located in Warwick, NY. Landscape design and contracting services in the New Jersey and New York areas. 845-590-7306 htt
Knockout Roses & split rail fence
knock out roses along split rail fene
“Knockout Roses” — cgduffey102012
Arcadia Gardens, LLC
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Relaxing Deck
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They are pink RADcon Knock-Out Roses
Knockout roses brd outlined with brickd
Pink RADcon Knock-out roses
knockout roses, hostas
Rose garden...Roses in group...pink Radcon roses...Like roses...Hosta roses...Like Zelda's roses
“landscaping” — 7aejones
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