Most trees and shrubs go dormant in fall and save their blooms for spring or summer. However, some begin blooming in fall or winter. Cooler winter weather will often extend bloom time, with some displays lasting a month or longer. Sep 27, Fall blossoming in fruit trees (and other spring flowering trees and shrubs) can occur if the tree is stressed during the summer (heat, drought, etc.).
Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 9 through
While stressed, the tree may become dormant, and then when the weather moderates, if conditions are just right, the tree comes out of dormancy and flowers as if it were springtime. Trees that feature blooms in the early fall include the"Golden Wonder" senna (Cassia splendida"Golden") which lives within the U.S.
Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 9 through This tree features golden-yellow blossoms that last through the season into early winter.