It is best to plant this rose in a sunny location. It grows well in sandy and clayey soils. Prefers wet substrate, with pH ranging from 6 to 6.5.
Remove withering flowers and inflorescence regularly. The bush requires flowering in summer - it is best to do it in the morning or in the evening. Avoid wetting leaves and flowers. In late autumn, prune leaving approx. 10 cm shoots. Cover them with soil, sawdust or turf to protect the plant against frost. Dig up the heap in early spring to let sunlight reach the shoots and leaves. Apply proper spraying to protect against black spot.