Knock out Rose
"I have just planted a new knock out rose which at the time was full of blooms. Now, there is nothing. I do not have any new growth or buds, but yet the bush looks very healthy. Should I fertilize or feed it? If so, What do you recommend? Thanks, Kim THompson"
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Most container grown roses have time-released fertilizer in their container potting mix, so you likely don't need to fertilize your rose immediately. It's normal for the rose to go through cycles of bloom rather than bloom constantly. Especially since it was just transplanted, the rose will need to put energy into developing new roots rather than blooming so much.

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