This article provides information about the bloom time of roses, including different varieties and their blooming patterns. It explains that some roses, like hybrid tea and shrub roses, are ever-blooming, while others bloom yearly. The best bloom season for roses is typically between May and June, although this can vary based on regional climate. The article also discusses different types of rose bushes, such as one-time bloomers, two-time bloomers, and repeat bloomers. It provides tips on planting, pruning, and choosing the right location for roses, as well as common mistakes to avoid. Finally, it answers some common questions about roses, including whether dormant roses can bloom and why roses may grow tall without blooming.