Answer: When roses are transplanted, especially in the heat of summer, they can go through some transplant shock until they re-establish their roots. During this adjustment period the leaves can wilt and even fall off. But, once they become established they will perk up and begin grow and flower. The best thing you can do for your roses is to water them deeply once or twice a week and prune off the dead canes and stems. You should see new flowers soon. Enjoy!
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