Every spring the birds begin chirping, plants begin turning bright shades of green and people with allergies begin sniffing and sneezing. Many of us with allergies avoid spring planting to avoid the allergy symptoms. Did you know that by selecting allergy friendly plants, you too can enjoy spring planting while bringing beauty and curb appeal to your home? Low pollen plants tend to have large, bright-colored, pretty flowers that attract bees, butterflies and other insects to pollinate them. Wind-pollinated plants are the plants those suffering with allergies should avoid. Remember to pay attention to the air quality and pollen count before you go outside to do your spring planting. No matter how allergy friendly your garden is, high pollen count days will make anyone with allergies miserable.
Spring Planting That’s Allergy Friendly
Apr 03, 2017