How to Grow a No-Sneeze, Breathe Easy Garden
Do you get sneezy, watery-eyed or short of breath when gardening season rolls around? If so, your symptoms may be related to plants in your garden. Some plants' pollens can wreak havoc on allergy-sufferers' immune systems. Denver landscape designer and garden writer Deb Courtner explains how to identify allergy troublemakers in your landscape and offers tips for selecting appropriate plants so you can enjoy your garden instead of taking refuge inside.