Unfortunately, more and more people in the modern world suffer from allergies, and for different reasons. Someone suffers after eating certain foods, someone brings troubles to animal hair, but one of the most important causes of allergy remainspollen.

Since the flowers begin to bloom from early spring and end as late as autumn, allergies will not be envied. If you treat them, then we sincerely sympathize with you - because yourstay in a blooming garden or in the nature all the time overshadow the unpleasant manifestations of allergies. This reaction of the organism is especially noticeable in warm months - in spring and summer, but experts also talk about the probability of autumn and winter manifestations of this illness.

If you or someone from your family begins to sneeze and cough to tears, or you have rashes on your skin, then it's a reason toit is urgent to reconsider the planting of all the plants in the garden .

From wood cultures  the most famous allergens are poplar, ash, birch, aspen, oak, willow, hazel. An allergic reaction, which in its symptoms resembles a cold, can cause some conifers - spruce, fir, larch, pine.

Cereals  are also traditionally considered to be strong allergens, among them timothy, oats, fescue fescue, hedgehogs, bluegrass. It can be said that almost all varieties of lawn grasses are prohibited in this case, especially since during regular haircut required by the lawn, juice is released, which is also a strong allergen.
  What to do? Because you want a bright green velvet carpet! A traditional green lawn of cereals can successfully replace a subulate phyllum, periwinkle or white clover.

The cause of various rashes on the skin and other manifestations of allergies can serve as the presence in the garden of suchcolors. like lily of the valley, daisies, marigolds, marigold, foxglove, geranium, ageratum, chrysanthemum, koreopsis.

It is impossible to allow the appearance in the garden of suchweeds  like wheatgrass and ragweed.

As we have already said, the flowering of various plants takes a rather long period. For example,sequence of exposure to allergens  may be: alder, aspen, willow, elm, hazel, poplar blossom - April 15-30; birch, maple - May 1-20; oak - May 20-25; pine - May 25-June 5; dandelion - June 5-15; a fire, a foxtail - June 5-25; linden - June 20 - July 5; hedgehog, fescue, wheatgrass, timothy grass, bluegrass - July 5-25; wormwood, quinoa - September 1-15.

But do not despair ahead of time -hypoallergenic plants also exist abound .

Of perennial plants, you can safely plant astilba, rose, tavolgu, different types of phlox, veronica, aquilegia, pansies. Delphiniums, bells, irises, daylilies, snowdrops, crocuses will also find a worthy place in the garden without allergies.

From annuals, it is recommended that the lion's owl is blossoming to the very frosts, the Alpine forget-me-nots, which multiplies by self-seeding, does not require special care and is perfectly combined with other spring flowers - tulips, daffodils, peonies.

Safe for allergy sufferers petunia and tender lobelia, cascading forms which can be placed in hanging baskets, or decorate them with retaining walls.

If you really want to plant in the garden of scented plants, then your choice is better to make in favor of annual verbena.

From winding plants, you can stay on the honeysuckle of honeysuckle with a very delicate aroma, Amur grapes or large-flowered clematis with its stunningly beautiful flowering and a multitude of shapes and colors.

Of the bushes, a wagel, a viburnum, an irga, a rose, a forcing will perfectly suit, but it's better to refuse jasmine and lilac.