Plant Answers  >  Flowering fruit trees (pear) in Late Fall (October) and Winter

Flowering fruit trees (pear) in Late Fall (October) and Winter

We have a Bradford pear tree in our front yard which normally blooms in the spring but it is now in full bloom in October, 2009!!! What is causing this?

Ornamental and fruit trees are blooming profusely NOW in late fall--it is not the first time following a hot, dry summer that this has occurred. This image was taken on September 26, 2006, in the Stone Oak area of San Antonio, Texas.


Listen to the Garden Show live!
Saturday & Sunday from Noon-2PM
Call (210) 308-8867 or (866) 308-8867
and have your gardening questions answered
- during show hours ONLY -
Milberger's Gardening South Texas
Hosts: Dr. Calvin Finch, Dr. Jerry Parsons, and
Milton Glueck, radio personality and host
Last weekend's shows ON PODCAST
Podcast Logo
Milberger's Specials
On Sale This Week | Newsletter Signup
Local Gardening Events
Open 9 to 6 Monday-Saturday & 10 to 5 Sunday
3920 N. Loop 1604 E.  San Antonio, TX 78247
Phone: (210) 497-3760
Three exits east of 281, inside of 1604.
Next to the Valero station.
Email Us | Map & Directions
Copyright © 2022 - All Rights Reserved. PLANTanswers and are trademarks of Jerry Parsons.