Weekly Tip 07/01/2020
If you have bad allergies to chamisas or male junipers and they are on your property, it might be worth it to have them completely removed and replace with something more allergy friendly. Also, if you have bad allergies to wild grasses keep them short as not allowing them time to grow tall and fully mature will prevent their pollen sacs from being released all over your yard.
Although we can't guarantee the wind won't blow in pollen from neighboring yards, you can still have a low allergy landscape that you can enjoy with reduced amount of pollen coming from your yard. Have more questions about allergen-friendly gardening? Contact your local experts at Desert Rose for more information!