Sunrosa Roses received PERFECT SCORES for foliar health in the University of Georgia trials and received the “2012 Classic City Award” from U of G. They are long flowering, and due to their compact habit are ideal for small to medium landscape spaces and patio containers. They need less pruning than typical shrub roses, and due to their disease resistance, are easy to care for. Dead blooms drop easily, they have excellent branching, and the plants grow on their own root stock. In trials, Sunrosa varieties have been resistant to mildew, downy mildew, and blackspot.