Roses do not bloom
My guess is that your original rose is gone. I bet this rose was a grafted hybrid tea or floribunda. These are actually flowering tops grafted onto a wild rootstock for hardiness. If the top of the plant dies during the winter, often the root stock will send up shoots that never bloom. I'd dig it, toss it, and plant a non-grafted variety such as a rugosa rose. They are very hardy in your region."
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