It was a very rainy here indeed. Your roses may have suffered some route loss due to the soggy soil conditions but it appears that they are going to pull out of that and there is little you can do at this time except to ensure moderately moist soil. You might consider when making future rose plantings providing a raised bed so that during wet periods of time the roots remain a little higher and out of over saturated soil conditions. I suspect the reason your roses are not having good foliage down low is due to leave for diseases which are also common during rainy periods. Diseases including black spot will cause a rose bush to lose its leaves. The plant will regrow new leaves in time so be prepared to spray the foliage with a fungicide to protect it from black spot and other diseases. In late winter when the bush as you would normally and it will return with fresh new growth in spring.
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