Oftentimes, the process of watering plants in the winter is halted, rather disqualified as non-important due to the weather being cold.
Nonetheless, plants are living and are in need of the benefit of water to help them to remain established and to grow healthy.
It does not make sense to water, when it is cold.
Indeed, that may appear to seem true, however, to water at a moderate amount is beneficial.
That would not include the same amount that would be done on a hot summer day.
The grounds in the summer months are more thirsty and readily able to drink up the water being applied, especially in the desert of El Paso.
In the winter months the ground generally are hard from the cold and most of the time frozen. It takes time for the ground to thaw out.
Therefore, it is good to water at a small amount, rather than not at all.
It is good not to water excessively where it would cause the water just to sit for that would cause damage.
Moreover, just watering in a warmer part of the day late morning to afternoon is ideal when the sun has been out to help soften the ground. They will continue to green up and thrive. Many plants look dark and brownish from the cold burn of the colder temperatures in El Paso, the plants are trying to thrive under the conditions of the weather.
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