Full sun, well-drained soil. Prune by the renewal method removing 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.
Additional pests and problems that may affect this plant:
Excellent tolerance to blackspot. Watch for Japanese beetle, aphids, cane borer and rose midge.
For best fruit display, do not deadhead. Don't use fungicides as they are phytotoxic and will result in foliage damage and loss.