Roses blooming in November!

Theodore Roosevelt Park welcomes the Knock Out® Rose to our new corner garden at 77th St. and Central Park West.


Rose breeder Bill Radler created the Knock-Out® rose in 2000.  Blooming every five to six weeks from spring to frost, this beautiful, fragrant rose comes in colors of red, yellow and pink. It is cold-hardy, disease-resistant and grows to a height of three to four feet.  Grown under full sun to light shade, in fertile, well-drained soil, it is drought tolerant once established.