• Apr 30, 2016
  • By:
  • AllergySA

Flowering Plants

  • Lathyrus odoratus – Sweet pea
  • Catharanthus roseus – Periwinkle
  • Digitalis – Foxglove
  • Impatiens – Impatiens
  • Myosotis – Forget-me-nots
  • Nierembergia – Cup flower
  • Petunia – Petunia
  • Viola – Johnny jump up, pansy, violet
  • Crocus – Spring-flowering crocus
  • Gladiolus – Gladiolus
  • Hyacinth – Hyacinth (numerous varieties)
  • Gentiana – Gentian
  • Geranium – True geranium, cranesbill
  • Hemerocallis – Day lily
  • Peony – Peony
  • Polemonium – Jacob’s ladder
  • Rhododendron – Azalea, rhododendron
  • Fuchsia – Fuchsia
  • Dianthus – Carnation, pinks
  • Papaver – Poppy
  • Phlox – Phlox
  • Iris – Iris
  • Clematis – Clematis
  • Hibiscus – hibiscus
  • Narcissus – Daffodil

Shrubs/Bushes/Herbs

  • Coleus blumei – Coleus
  • Hosta – Hosta, plantain lily
  • Physalis – Chinese lantern
  • Sempervivum – Hens and chicks
  • Hydrangea grandiflora – Big leaf hydrangea
  • Viburnum – Viburnum shrubs, highbush cranberry, nannyberry
  • Teucrium crispum – Wood sage
  • Physocarpus opulifolius – Dart’s gold, ninebark
  • Bergenia – Elephant’s ears
  • Kolkwitzia amabilis – Beauty bush
  • Aronia melanocarpa – Black chokeberry
  • Rodgersia pinnata – Featherleaf rodgersia
  • Helianthemum – Sunrose, rock rose
  • Gaura – Gaura, beeblossom
  • Vaccinium corymbosum – Blueberry bush
  • Berberis vulgaris – Barberry bush
  • Daphne – Daphne
  • Nandina domestica – Nandina
  • Salvia greggii – Autumn sage
  • Salvia clevelandii – Cleaveland sage, blue sage

Trees

  • Stick to female trees, which may drop berries or seeds but don’t produce pollen
  • Persimmon  – persimmon tree
  • Amelanchier lamarkii – juneberry tree