This refers to the time period when plants or trees stop growing. For example, deciduous trees and shrubs go dormant in the winter. Dormancy allows for plants to protect themselves during harsh winter conditions.
Plants have seasons and times during which they blossom and then times during which they don’t grow. The dormant season is the time during which a plant doesn’t grow: “biological inactivity.” If you’ve ever been to the supermarket and hear people talking if a certain fruit is “in season” or not, that is like the dormant season. When a fruit from a plant is not in season, it is not the time it blossoms; thus, it is dormant.
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