Light: Full sun (6+ hrs/day) to part sun (4-6 hrs/day)
Soil: Any well-drained soil will do.
Water: Low to average water needs. Drought tolerant once established.
Fertilizing: Nothing special required. One application of a granular rose fertilizer in early spring is sufficient.
Pruning: Little required. In general, avoid any severe pruning or cutting back, as recovery will be slow. Any errant branches can be removed as needed. If you wish to grow it as a clipped hedge, you may, but it is necessary to keep on the process, as cuts into branches pencil-thickness or larger are slow to recover from. Time pruning for late spring, and keep well-watered during recovery.
Other notes: This is a fairly slow-growing shrub, so particularly if planting for privacy, start with the largest plants you can find. Shallow roots benefit from a good 2-3″/5-7cm layer of shredded bark mulch.