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Posted by BREANNA 1 Jan 2011 - 1:17:00 PM

I am on a quest to find a location that is populated by plants that do not produce light, powdery, pollen. Either that, or at least choose suitable plants to surround my home with.

I read that the best flowering plants to have around are the crab apple, cherry, dogwood, magnolia, and redbud. This is because they are both male and female so do not require their pollen to be swept along by the wind.

If anyone has any tips on how to get around hay fever please share them : )

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