Do you suffer from hay fever? If you love being out in the garden, you can keep your sneezing at bay thanks to this handy list.
They have recommended a variety of plants that are suitable for creating your own low allergy, nearly sneeze-free garden. They either have low amounts of pollen or are pollinated by insects rather than by the wind.
As Squire’s explain: ‘If a flower is wind pollinated, the pollen is designed to be buoyant and it stays in the air a lot longer, which can cause hay fever symptoms including sneezing, a runny nose, and itchy watering eyes.’