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I moved about 4 years ago and planted some rose bushes out back. The bushes all died, were replaced and the replacements died. I transplanted one bush 3 years ago which for 2 years just looked like a dead core with no green or growth. This summer it actually had a single stem start to grow culminating in a flower that opened Sept 23rd, the day of the SEC opener against MSST. Nothing since until about 3 weeks ago another stem grew and now has a bud on the end that looks about a week away from opening. Is it possible that this 2nd bloom will occur on Monday? We all know what happens then! Hoping that the second rose it has produced is a good omen! Go Dawgs