Here in this high dry, windy, and sometimes cold part of Texas, I've been taking advantage of the mild weather to work up a few garden beds for spring planting and doing some watering, since we have had no precipitation since Christmas.
I've watered the fall planted garlic, onions, and spinach and they are doing great. I may begin harvesting spinach in a week or two. I watered the asparagus and perennial alliums yesterday. I will wait until Monday to water the bed with grapes, iris, perennial herbs and hollyhocks, since the forecast for tomorrow is winds of 45 gusting to 65 with near zero visibility in blowing dust.
It's great to hear what other Texas vegetable gardeners are doing.
Thanks for starting this thread and good luck to everyone this gardening year.
USDA Zone 7, AHS Heat Zone 8/9, Sunset Zone 10, Altitude 3,035', Average Annual Rainfall 20", Ecoregion Llano Estacado