Spring is almost here and you’ve already started to get ready for warmer weather and longer days. But before you get overzealous on the gardening and landscaping tasks, it’s important to take your pollen allergies into consideration.
Before you scrap all plans to create a beautiful yard, Dr. Clifford Bassett, founder and medical director at Allergy and Asthma Care of New York, told weather.com about some ways to make your garden allergy-friendly. He advises organizing your garden so that the plants that produce the most pollen are farthest from any entrance to the home. However, if you don’t want to take any risk, there are 23 plants that Dr. Bassett recommends as the best choices for allergy sufferers becuase they are the least allergy provoking. From vibrant azaleas to fragrant (yes, fragrant!) roses, there is a wide range of options.
View the List of Plants: http://www.weather.com/health/allergy/news/best-plants-allergies