Full sun, moist, well-drained soils. Prune by the renewal method removing about one-third of the oldest canes to the soil line in the spring as needed to keep the shrub open and new canes in production. Prune the stem back to a branch angle (a process called heading back) as needed to reduce width and height.
2 - 7
June - September
Additional pests and problems that may affect this plant:
Good tolerance to blackspot, resistant to mildew. Watch for Japanese beetle, aphids, cane borer, and rose midge.
One of the best Canadian Explorer roses.