Transplanted Disneyland Rose - Spring Leaf'ing Check-in - April 2021
And, here (below) is the Disneyland Rose that I transplanted earlier this year before it broke dormancy. Clearly not as much green growth. Now...that certainly COULD be transplant stress. And, I think likely is the case. But, also, I let this one get pretty leggy. It was being strangled by hostas and thus had to grow up and out to try to get Sun. Have a look at the photo in this post from last October. The one that I ultimately transplanted was narrow and tall. The other ones were spread out. In the photo below, you can see that I pruned away *some* of the height/legginess. But, I was afraid to prune too hard. Transplant stress + over-pruning seemed like a recipe for rose decline.