Allergy season often refers to a specific type of allergy, called allergic rhinitis (or hay fever), that can be triggered by pollen.
Trees, flowers, and grasses typically release pollen in the spring and summer months. However, certain allergies can also happen in the fall, like those caused by weeds.
It all depends on what type of plant you’re allergic to and when that plant pollinates. Here’s a breakdown of seasonal allergies during the spring, summer, and fall.