Some will grow OR bloom, but not both. Any plant you wish to push to maturity faster will benefit from disbudding. We practice it in many ways. Exhibitors dis bud to push larger, but fewer flowers. When you plant young fruit trees, you prevent them from producing fruit to push them to maturity faster and to prevent limb damage from heavy fruit. Later, then you thin the produced fruit to form fewer but larger pieces of fruit and, again, limit any damage over production might result in. With roses, some will require dis budding to get any performance from. Some will produce what you want, faster, when dis budded. Some are sufficiently vigorous they don't require any such attention, but ALL will mature more quickly if you prevent them from flowering, or limit the amount of flowers they produce.
When you consider really "miffy" types, such as Church Mouse, Fantan, Grey Pearl and some others, if you don't prevent them from flowering to push growth, they WILL literally flower themselves to death. Perhaps they should have been allowed to throw themselves into oblivion, but we Humans are notorious for our "unnatural selection", keeping unsuccessful genetic combinations of all types in the gene pool which would otherwise have died out.