Gardening With Allergies

Pollen-Coated Bee Dines on Nectar

For millions of Americans, springtime is the favored time for heading outdoors, sinking a spade into the warming earth and planting a garden. For many of those inspired gardeners, however, vexatious allergies prevent them from fully enjoying their pastime.

Three years back, the National Wildlife Federation printed a useful set of basic guidelines from Janet Marinelli on how to Create an Allergy-Friendly Garden.

If you love gardening, but suffer from allergies, try putting a few of their practical suggestions to the test.

Published in: on April 20, 2010 at 12:04 pm  Leave a Comment  

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