Smell Trouble
Sunday People|May 31, 2020
How to avoid irritating blooms
Adrienne Wild

Allergies can be a real pain when you are outdoors but with clever planting, you can have a sneeze-free garden.

You need to know what type of plants makes you wheeze and sneeze so you can defend yourself.

Wind-pollinated plants like grasses and trees such as birch, maple, ash, poplar and willow may bring on breathing problems. Problems can kick in as early as February, when many trees produce their flowers.

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