English roseum winter storm damage
richards1052 Posts: 3
My 15 year old English roseum was damaged in a winter snowstorm. Snow piled up on it and it tilted sideways and part of the roots came up. I removed the snow and tried to use my feet to right the bush and push the roots back into the soil. It did correct the tilt, but there must've been significant root damage as it's only produced 4-5 flowers this spring. And while there are some leaves, they look sickly. Virtually nothing is a healthy green.
Have I lost it? Will it recover? Is there a way to nurse it back to health?