I moved a rose and it doesn't seem too happy
I have a Sheila's Perfume that is about 6 years old and it grows to around 6 feet every summer. I love the bush and the rose, but it long ago outgrew its allotted space at the front of the bed and needed to be moved to another part of the garden. We moved it in late January about a month after pruning and, since then, it seems to be frozen. It was already leafing out when we moved it and, while just a few leaves died, the vast majority of the growth on the bush looks healthy. It just isn't growing! All my other roses in the garden are ready to bloom, but this one looks just as it did 6 weeks ago. Is it just in shock? Is there anything I should do to help it along? I gave it some alfalfa and some compost mulch, same as all of my other roses, shortly after it was moved.
Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!