Make your garden hay fever-proof with these plants and flowers

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There are plants that are helpful if you want to get rid of spiders while some plants are held accountable for the growth of pollen. If you are an outdoor person who loves gardening, living the ‘hay fever symptoms,’ and you just want to enjoy the warmth of the sun and rising temperatures. Sitting outdoors and enjoying the weather in your own garden is desired by most nature lovers.

Then you must design your garden by keeping in mind to minimize the hay fever symptoms. You must be aware of the plants that are hay fever friendly and won’t cause any allergic reactions to the patients. We have a guide which will help you to know about which flowers can cause hay fever symptoms. It’s better to be careful than sorry!

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Colorful gardens are always appealing to the eye, and colorful flowers are lessening the chances of hay fever symptoms. The pollen of the colorful flower doesn’t end up in the air hence not bothering the person with symptoms at all. The plants and flowers are best pollinated by insects instead of flowers.

This list of the plants that are suitable for people with hay fever, and their existence in your garden will not cause any kind of allergy to the person suffering from hay fever:

  1. Broom
  2. Lavender
  3. Lobelia Salvia
  4. Marigold
  5. Hydrangea
  6. Flower Bulbs
  7. Different kinds of Lilies
  8. Azalea
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Avoid growing weed in your garden since it is hugely responsible for the common source of pollen. Try to use ground covers like deaf nettle (because their leaves are like stinging nettles) or periwinkle(also known as lavender-blue), in order to prevent this from happening. 

The alder, oak, birch, ash, hazel, chestnuts, hornbeam, and elderberry are the kinds of trees that are hugely involved in the growth of pollen, so you must not plant them.