Allergic to your indoor plants? Try these sneeze-free varieties.
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Allergic to your houseplants? There's nothing like being in close quarters with a plant that triggers sniffing and sneezing.
Fortunately, though, there are a number of houseplants that have low pollen counts, making them good choices for people who suffer from seasonal allergies. Try these:
All these low-pollen plants offer great options for allergy sufferers. But also remember that plants themselves can collect dust, and soil can form mold, so clean the foliage of your houseplants regularly to keep them free from allergens. Also, avoid overwatering, not only to keep your plants healthy but also to discourage mold from developing on perpetually moist soil. When repotting, be sure to use fresh, sterile potting soil.
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