Winter watering; what time's best?
During warm/hot/hellish months, I made every effort to water early. All the reasons for doing this made sense. Now that it's colder than a ... well, cold enough to chatter my teeth in the early hours, I've started watering at dusk. Besides the convenience, I rationalize that watering plants at ground level keeps them warmer and helps prevent frostbite. Is there any real logic to this - or is there a recommended protocol for winter watering?