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Garden Plants to Avoid with Allergies
Posted By Allergic Living On 2013/03/14 @ 12:10 pm In Pollen | No Comments
The following plants can cause problems for people with allergies and should be avoided. In general, it’s a good idea to avoid any plant which releases its pollen into the air, rather than relying on insects for pollination. For sensitive individuals, it is also a good idea to avoid anything that gives off a strong scent, such as certain rose varieties.
The Plants to Avoid: Botanical and Common Names
Vines and Climbing Plants
Now that you’ve rooted out all the allergy-offenders from your garden, it’s time to check out our list of sneeze-free options.
Sources: Allergy-Free Gardening, by Thomas Leo Ogren, Creating a Low-Allergen Garden, by Lucy Huntington and Peter Prakke, Horticulturalist.
See Also: Low-Allergy Plants 
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