Removing dead flowers head from the plants to encourage further blooms is called deadhead and to do that hold the spent knockout blooms and twist by hand. Sounds simple, right?
But remember; this is the traditional method of deadheading called the twist and snap method which can’t fulfill all the purpose of the deadheading of knockout roses.
Sad but true! If you don’t deadhead your knockout roses correctly, it may develop a blind stem that won’t produce any blooms.
That’s why here I will discuss the best way to deadhead knockout roses step by step and hope it will help you to encourage your knockout rose to rebloom.
So, without further ado, let’s get started-