'Sundance' is an award-winning hybrid tea rose that grows to a height of 3 to 5 feet. Prized by gardeners for its large, sweet-smelling yellow flowers, rimmed in salmon, Sundance blooms from late May until the first frost. Not terribly cold-tolerant, Sundance requires protection in regions with cold winters. Begin preparing the rose for the cold before the first hard frost in your area.
Remove and destroy dead and diseased leaves and canes from the Sundance rose. Rake the planting bed and remove all detritus.
Spray the Sundance rose plant's stems and the surrounding soil with fungicide, according to package directions.
Add 3 to 4 inches of mulch to the soil around the Sundance rose bush.
Pile leaves or evergreen branches over the plant to protect the canes.
In late winter, after the threat of extreme cold has passed, prune the Sundance rose back to 12 inches from the ground.