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we covered most of our plants last night and ran out of old sheets before we got to the roses. i have heard that they will not freeze, does anyone know for sure if this is true or not. i guess if they do ill just cut them back for the year anyways. Thanks, MIKE
 

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I have 3 "knock-out" roses in my front yard. I didn't do anything to them for the freeze/snow in early December - and they seem to be just fine.
 

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I have 3 "knock-out" roses in my front yard. I didn't do anything to them for the freeze/snow in early December - and they seem to be just fine.
Same here. I talked to my landscaper this morning and she assured me that our roses, both knock-out and other varieties, will be fine. I hope she's right because that's all we have left after last month's freeze.
 

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We have several antique types of roses, they have endured many freezes & several snows. your roses should be just fine.
 

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You will simply need to trim them up after the freeze and as should be done before spring anyway. Most rose bushes are very hardy. I don't cover mine.
 
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