- Early Spring is the time for tree pollens (eg. oak, ash, silver birch)
- May to August is the time for grass pollens (eg. meadow grass, cocksfoot, rye)
- Late summer into early autumn is the time for weed pollen (eg. dock, nettle, mugwort)
However, they omitted one other option - have an artificial lawn installed - they'll never have to cut the grass again! In Britain we always like to think it will be a good summer with balmy evenings where you can sit outside, enjoy the fresh air, a beautiful sunset and perhaps drinks with friends and family or even a bbq. With artificial grass in your garden, anyone with a grass allergy should be more than happy to come to the party!