to prevent it from becoming dormant?”
Watering your lawn in the middle of winter may not be the best choice for everyone, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy a healthy and green lawn. The first step to ensuring that your yard stays green throughout the year is to make sure you choose an appropriate time for watering.
The best time to water depends on many factors, including temperature and environment (for example, wind or humidity). In general, there are three recommended times: early spring (March through April), late spring (May through June), and summer (July through August). While these seasons may vary depending on location and weather conditions every year, this advice holds true most years. However, if you live in warmer climates like Florida or Southern California where temperatures often remain above 80 degrees Fahrenheit all day long then your ideal watering schedule would likely be based around mid-summer months rather than fall/winter months.