Sunrosa™ Fragrant Pink

Dwarf Shrub Rose


Sunrosa™ Fragrant Pink is a gorgeous, fragrant beauty that resembles mini peonies. Dark and light pink tones add elegance to each petal. It is highly disease resistant, requires low maintenance and has a long flowering period. Due to its compact mounding habit, Sunrosa™ Fragrant Pink is ideal for small to medium landscape spaces and patio containers. It needs less pruning than typical shrub roses, and due to its high disease resistance, is easy to care for. Performs well in heat and humidty. Creates a brilliant display when used in mass for borders and gardens.



Easy care with pretty pink tones

Looks like mini Peonies!

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Sunrosa™ Fragrant Pink

Plant Profile

Plant Type
Full Sun to Partial Shade
Average Height
15 - 24"
Average Width
12 - 18”
Average Spacing
3' - 4'
Hardiness Zones
Zone 5 - 9
More Info
See Features & Uses and General Maintenance above
Sunrosa™ Fragrant Pink

Features & Uses


  • Disease resistant
  • Low Maintenance / Easy to care for
  • Long flowering period
  • Dwarf



  • Container
  • Mass Planting
  • Borders
Sunrosa™ Fragrant Pink

General Maintenance


  • Prune during late winter months for shape.  If desired, prune in early summer to encourage new growth and more abundant blooms.



  • Fertilize four times a year by applying general purpose fertilizer with each change in season. 


  • Sunrosa™ Fragrant Pink is easy to care for, making it perfect for beginner gardeners to expert landscapers.

Development Story

This new, beautiful, compact shrub rose is long-flowering and performs well in heat and humidity, with exceptional disease resistance. Sunrosa™ varieties require less pruning than ordinary shrub roses, meaning less work and more enjoyment. Ideal for smaller gardens, borders and patio containers.

Development Story
Care & Planting

Care & Planting

At last: a glorious rose that doesn't need pampering! 


Thrives in loamy, well-drained soil. Water deeply and regularly during the first growing season to establish a deep, extensive root system. Avoid overhead watering. Feed before new growth begins in spring; repeat mid-season. Mulch to retain moisture and keep roots cool. Clip spent flowers for a neat appearance. Pruning time: late winter to early spring.

  • In the Garden

    In the Garden

    There is no better choice for landscapes and patio containers than Sunrosa roses. Plant in beds or your favorite patio container. Although Sunrosa roses require less pruning and maintenance than a typical shrub rose, you may choose to prune to improve the shape. Superior disease resistance, upright bushy habit, numerous compact and vivid flowers, long blooming period and a high tolerance for sun and heat all combine for one of the most irresistible rose bushes ever.

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