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If you are suffering from allergies, tree and plant pollen may be the reason.

 

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1 How to Attract Orioles and Tanagers
2 Crocus - 'Rememberance'
3 Proximity allergy, hay fever and asthma caused by landscape trees and shrubs
4 Food Allergy to legumes & cross-reactivity to pollen
5 Ketzel Levine on NPR
6 Dioecious Landscape Plants
7 Allergy-Free Gardening on the Isle of Guernsey
8 Allergy-Free School Yards
9 The White House Should Have an Allergy-Free Landscape
10 Allergenic Properties of Urban Forests
11 Der Spiegel Translation
12 Landscaping clears air
13 Tulare City Schools and Tulare County Asthma Partner to Create a Low Allergy School Ground
14 War & Peace - A Gardener's Perspective
15 Selecting Landscape Trees with Asthmatics and Allergy Sufferers in Mind
16 Tree, Shrubs & Urban Allergies
17 Poway Valley Garden Club Newsletter (excerpt) March 2002 Issue
18 Your Earth: Friday, May 18th, 2001
19 Local Honey and Allergies, revised
20 The Asthma Friendly Garden
21 Allergy-free Landscapes that Attract Birds
22 Birds, Bugs, and Allergies
23 Local Honey & the Bucket Theory
24 Local Honey Cautions
25 An Allergy-free Gardener Roams the Chelsea Flower Show
26 Allergy-free Flowers and Plants for Churches
27 Cottonwood "cotton" is flying with Bad Company
28 Some food allergies and how to avoid them: Almonds to Coconut
29 CO2, Global Warming, and Pollen-Allergies
30 Hybridizing Your Own Roses
 
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