Keep your garden asthma friendly by following these simple tips.
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A lot of people have problem with allergies in gardens. So, there are a few things you can do. The first thing is consult your doctor. He or she will tell you a lot of the plants that you are allergic to and to stay away from it. The No. 1 tip I can give you also is keep your lawn mowed. Keep it mowed. Keep it short. That would keep all the different pollens from the weeds. Keep your weeds down. There are a lot of weeds here. There is ragweed there are all sorts of things that emit allergens and you want to stay away from them. Also, when you are planting flowers, make sure they are not perfumed flowers. So, that is easy to determine. You smell them, you should not plant them. And the deciduous trees, you want to keep away from deciduous trees. Those are things that just have pollen and mold flying. And you know, also inside the house with dust mites and molds inside the house, that is also a big problem. Forget about garden, so. But when it comes to gardens and you do not want to have a compose pile. Compose piles are breathers of all sorts of allergens. I know it is green and healthy but figure out another way to do it or get a compose container. So, anyway to review, you want to consult with your doctor. You do not want to have a composed pile. You want to stay away from perfumed plants. You want to keep your lawn short and keep the weeds out of the way. And stay away from those deciduous trees. Stay not allergic and have a great summer.
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