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Rosa hybrida ‘Radrazz’ PP #11836

Common Name(s):
Knockout red rose
Cultivar(s):
‘Radrazz’
Categories:
Roses, Shrubs
Comment:

For years, disease-resistant roses have been on the market, only to disappoint Southern gardeners. Now you’ll need to look no further.

The Knockout Red Rose has found its place in the hearts of American gardeners. Unlike its predecessors, Knockout Red has the grit to withstand our hot, humid weather.

This exciting rose cultivar is a shrub rose that grows about 3 feet tall and wide. As the weather warms, 3-inch diameter, cherry-red blooms appear as terminal clusters of single flowers. As long as the plants continue to grow through spring, summer, and fall, this rose will continue to flower.

Like nearly all roses, Knockout Red Rose performs best in full sun with fertile, well-drained soil. Prune during the growing season on an “as needed” basis to control plant size. Water during periods of drought to maintain a continual supply of flowers.

Chosen in 2000 as an All-America Rose Award winner, this plant is truly a knockout!

 

Height:
3 feet
Flower Color:
red
Flower:
3-inch diameter, cherry-red blooms appear as terminal clusters of single flowers through spring, summer, and fall.
Zones:
5-9
Habit:
Upright
Site:
Performs best with full sun and fertile, well-drained soil. Once established, may need additional water during periods of drought.
Texture:
Coarse
Width:
3 feet
Tags:
showy flowers, border, show stopper, showstopper, hedge, cut flowers

NCCES plant id: 3097

Rosa 'Radrazz' Rosa 'Radrazz' growth habit
Photo by F.D. Richards, CC-BY-SA-2.0
Rosa 'Radrazz' Rosa 'Radrazz' flower detail
Photo by F.D. Richards, CC-BY-SA-2.0