Rosa is a genus of about 150 species of deciduous (occasionally evergreen) shrubs and climbers noted for their beautiful, often fragrant, single, semidouble or double flowers which are borne singly or in clusters on often prickly stems clad with 5-9 leaflets often having toothed margins. Shrub roses are usually large-growing bushes between 4-10 feet tall and as wide. They are a very diverse group of hybrids and usually produce clusters of flowers several times a year but some may bloom just once in spring. They do not require the heavy pruning required of hybrid tea, floribunda and grandiflora roses unless being pruned to control size. Plants can be allowed to grow large with minimal pruning. Genus name comes from the Latin name. ‘Chewmaytime’ is a low-mounded perennial shrub rose that typically grows to only 1-2’ tall. It is being marketed as part of the OSO EASY rose series. It is noted for its low-mounding plant habit, paprika colored single flowers, glossy dark green leaves, vigorous growth habit and good disease resistance. Fragrant single roses (to 2” diameter) bloom in terminal clusters over a long late May to frost bloom period. Each flower features five paprika (reddish-orange) petals that fade to coral and a yellow center. Compound glossy green leaves typically have seven serrated leaflets.