Roses are woody perennials that bloom in repeat flushes from spring through fall. It takes them 3-4 years to reach their mature size and optimum performance levels.
The growth rate of a rose depends on the size of the plant when planted, variety, growing conditions, and proper maintenance.
The growth rate also depends on how your rose was propagated. Roses grown from seeds require patience and will take at least a year to flower.
Some roses, especially those related to species (wild) roses are very fast growers. Other cultivars are bred to have vigorous growth rates.
'New Dawn' is a delightful pale pink rose that matures quickly and blooms throughout the season. It is known for its excellent disease resistance.
'The Fairy' is a compact rose variety that produces incredibly beautiful small double pink flowers. It is known for being reliable and vigorous.
'Ramblin Red' is a wonderful trailing rose with profusely blooming double red flowers. This rose can climb up to 6 feet in a single season.