Know Your Enemy: Most Allergenic Plants

Know Your Enemy: Most Allergenic Plants

Top Allergenic Plants

During the fall season, temperatures continue to drop, and there is abundant rainfall. Despite the chilly air, allergens are still lurking about and can make the lives of many American’s miserable. Worst of all, many of these offenders could be growing in your backyard. During the fall, the culprit is often mold spores, as well as grass or weed pollen. However, if you know what plants to watch out for, you can help ensure that they stay out of your yard! If you want to be successful in your battle against seasonal allergies, you must know your enemy. To do this, you must know who is responsible. You need to know what the most allergenic plants are. Check out our list to see if you have any growing in your garden.

Suffer From Allergies? Avoid The Most Allergenic Plants and Trees

• Almond
• Arizona cypress
• Bald cypress
• Castor bean
• Catalpa
• Cottonwood
• Date palm
• Elm
• Fringe tree
• Hickory
• Juniper
• Maple
• Mountain cedar
• Mountain laurel
• Mulberry
• Oak
• Pecan
• Poplar
• Red cedar
• Red clover
• Silver maple
• Sumac
• Sycamore
• Walnut
• Willows

Suffer From Allergies? Avoid These Weeds, Grasses, and Flowers

• Artemisia
• Begonia
• Bermuda grass
• Bluegrass
• Burning bush
• Buttercup
• Curly dock
• Daffodil
• Dandelion
• English plantain
• Fountain grass
• Geranium
• Goldenrod
• Iris
• Johnson grass
• Kentucky bluegrass
• Lamb’s quarters
• Orchard grass
• Periwinkle
• Petunia
• Ragweed
• Redroot pigweed
• Rose
• Rye grass
• Sagebrush
• Sheep sorrel
• Snapdragon
• Sunflower
• Sweet vernal grass
• Timothy grass
• Tulips
• Tumbleweed
• Verbena
• Zinnia

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