How to make a Pollen Free Garden?
Plant of the asteraceae family (aster, chrysanthemums, marigolds and zinnias, geranium, daisy, carnation, gazania, dahlia, Michaelmas daisy, purple coneflower, clematis, jasmine, Japanese maple and any other flower that look similar) should be avoided in the garden if you suffer from Hayfever or Asthma.
Fungal spores are also a problem for people who have allergies. These spores grow on dead and decaying material (decomposed vegetation, rotting wood). These spores are very light and float through the air. To reduce fungal spores in your garden remove:
- Wood piles
- Tree stumps
- Diseased plants
- Leaf mold
- Compost heaps
You should also avoid the following trees:
- Japanese Maple (male trees)
- Mulberry (Morus alba)
- Weeping Willow (Salix babylonica)
Pollen Allergens in late spring come from:
- Red top
- Sweet vernal
- Some bluegrasses
Does pollen cause Hayfever?
Hayfever is caused by pollens and the most significant in the United States is from ragweed. It begins pollinating in late August and continues until the first frost. Certain allergens are always present which include house dust, household pet dander's, foods, wool, various chemicals used around the house, and more. The symptoms from these are frequently worse in the winter when the house is closed up.
Molds are present all year long and grow outdoors as well as indoors.
- Indoor plants
- Old books
- Damp are
Molds are also common in foods, such as cheese and fermented beverages.
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