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How to Survive Spring Allergy Season
Every spring, Denise Wilson tweaks her daily routine. Instead of running outdoors, she hits the gym. She puts on the air conditioner rather than open a window for fresh air. And she tucks her contacts
into a drawer and switches to eyeglasses.
If you're one of the 50 million-plus Americans affected by seasonal allergies, your yard and garden may be sources of misery.
According to HGTV (2017), allergies are getting to be a bigger problem every year. We plant more trees that produce pollen, and so the background count of allergies has gone up dramatically over the last 20 years.
The closer you are to a pollen source, and the more frequently you're exposed to it, the more likely you are to develop an allergy. With that in mind, we can provide you steps to take in cultivating and maintaining an allergy-free garden and minimize your exposure to allergenic plants.
Click here or below to read important tips for reducing the sneeze-makers in your landscape this spring!
Photos courtesy of: giphy.com; pixabay.com; Articles courtesy of: Spring Allergy Relief, WebMD by Kara Mayer Robinson, Feature Reviewed by David T. Derrer, MD on January 31, 2016; Cultivating an Allergy-Free Garden, HGTV, April 2017