Spring is here, the days already started to get warmer and longer and it’s time to prepare your garden for the incoming heats. But between all gardening tasks, it’s important to take your pollen allergies into consideration. You can make your yard allergy-friendly by planting some of these trees, flowers and bushes and watch them grow year after year. The most essential thing for allergy suffers if the right organization of the garden. Make sure that all plants that produce the most pollen are farthest from your home entrance - from fragrant roses to prickly cactus, you can find something fitting to your preferences in my list.
Petunias are one of the most favoured flowers, often grown as annuals. Multiflora petunias have small, but more abundant flowers and they are ideal in a mixed border or for summer bedding because they are tolerant to wet weather. Grandiflora petunias are with large flowers, they grow best in containers or hanging baskets - they are more susceptible to rain damage. Petunias are unassuming to heat so there is no need to water them regularly. Watering once a week should be enough for them.
No matter their colour and size, roses are beautiful but not really easy for caring. If you tried to plant them you know what I mean. Roses can be grown in well-drained soil with good quantity of sunlight but they require severe pruning and trimming. Provide them a balanced diet when it comes to fertilizing. The rose can be a true masterpiece but you need to be extra patient and careful with it - after all this is the queen of all flowers.
The Cactus require little maintenance and it grows in a variety of climates. This plant is easy to care for and grow. Most species even prefer negligence and can be adapted to potted environments, making them excellent candidates for growing indoors as well. Choose sloped and sunny location when growing cactus outdoors, this is a basic step when you're dealing with these plants.
Small trees or shrubs producing colorful and huge flowers over a long season. They prefer to be constantly moist, but not wet. Feed them two times a month during the growing season, prune them to control their shape and size and don’t forget to cut back the branches. The best place to plant your hibiscus is somewhere at full sun with a little afternoon shade. That’s how you will have a beautiful shrub and you will be rewarded for your attention many years.
When you teach how to grow them once, these plants allow simple care. The two most important things for them are - regular watering and right location. You have to plant begonias in a full sun to shaded location - that’s how you will avoid some problems with diseases. If you prefer you can use the annual begonia flowers as houseplants during the winter months, all you need to do is to keep the soil moist and place them at bright filtered light.
Planting and growing cherry isn’t an easy job. Here you may need expert gardening services to help you with the right placement of the tree and some tips how to care about it. Sweet cherry trees are best for a large garden or an orchard . You will need two or three trees to pollinate each other. The young cherry trees need to be mulched annually. Protect them from pests - they have a big susceptibility to diseases.