10 Worst Plants for Your Allergies
Where you’ll see it: Dry, cool lawns, meadows, pastures
There’s a ton in: Northern parts of the United States
Peak time: Spring and summer
Grasses as a whole are often problematic for allergy sufferers, says Dr. Filley. “There’s no allergy-free grass. And if you mow it, you pick up mold as well as pollen.” Other common allergens including timothy, blue, and orchard grasses.
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