The Q&A Archives: knockout rose deadheading

Question: Tks for responding, but your email didn't answer my question. The knockout rose in question is in a 22

Answer: I think we're on the right track - you've already replanted into a larger container so the roots can spread out. As long as your rose is getting full sunshine and the proper watering and feeding, it should rebloom for you. Sometimes roses can take as long as 45 days to go back into the blooming cycle so I think that all you need to do now is wait patiently. I know it's hard, but waiting for it to cycle back into blooming is about all you can do. When your rose is much larger and more mature it will still cycle in and out of blooming but you'll see more flowers during the summer months because each blooming stem can be on a slightly different reblooming cycle. Hope this sheds some light on the problem!

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