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Best Low Pollen Trees

Did you know there are trees you can plant that won’t irritate your allergies as much as others? We got your back.

Best Trees to Alleviate Allergies

Spring comes with an obvious amount of pollen that affects most of us in the worst way possible. Sometimes it’s a struggle to enjoy yourself outdoors when all you can do is sneeze and see through watery eyes. Though something that can ease up the struggle is by having some allergy friendly plants and trees on your yard. Here’s a list of some allergen friendly plants and trees to add to your landscape. Their beautiful colors can be a great addition and bring life to any yard.

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Crape Myrtle

Attractive bark, lush foliage, bright flowers – this tree can be enjoyed all year long

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Flowering Crabapple

This tree will give you fragrant blossoms that don’t cause itchy, watery eyes, and also provides berries that draw birds

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Flowering Plum

To add a rich shade of purple to your yard without allergy worries, try this ornamental tree

DOGWOOD – CORNUS – Southern Living | Southern Living


One of the most popular flowering trees, dogwoods produce white or pink flowers in spring and have vibrant scarlet fall foliage. What’s not to love?

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This tree produces gorgeous spring flowers and brings an intoxicating aroma that won’t make you sneeze. Sign us up!

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This tree is a fast grower and offers shade, as well as brilliant yellow leaves in autumn.

In addition to listing some allergen free trees, here are ones you should keep an eye out for since they are known to cause allergies.

Trees That Cause Allergies

  • ash
  • birch
  • boxelder
  • cedar
  • cottonwood
  • elm
  • hawthorn
  • maple
  • oak
  • pine
  • sycamore
  • walnut
  • willow

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