Got pictures of the noid ? I'd love to see it ! Although I doubt climate change has much to do with it's rebloom.......it DOES have a lot to do with a LOT of other things !
I have always "guessed' what kind of winter we were in for, by the amount of black walnuts on the trees.....lots of nuts = lots of 'winter', scarce crop= mild weather. Well, last year, we had a bumper crop of walnuts...all the trees were full...to the point of breaking branches, and
one of the mildest winters in the books
. This year, the nuts are "rather thin", and I don't know WHAT to expect! Peaches, and apples were / are running about two weeks earlier than 'normal" (as to ripening). The squirrel have built their 'winter nests" already, some (not all) of my "summer reblooming" iris started rebloom way earlier than "normal", etc., etc.! The whole year has been full of wacky weather, and has been "hard" on lots of the plants. A way wetter than usual spring, and early summer made for shallow roots, and no appreciable rain since has stressed trees and other plants (and people !) to the point that some fairly well established trees seem to be really 'hurting".
And, for the first time that I can remember.....I'm READY for that "killer frost"...the trees, the irises, and most of the other plants are looking so "ratty", ..I just want it over ! Get stuff cut back, and cleaned up....and hope for a better year, next 'go around"