Female trees can help with allergies

04/15/2010 | Toronto Star, The

Even though male trees are more popular than females because they are cleaner and don't shed flower, fruit and seed debris, they also release more pollen. Flowering female trees in a separate-sexed species, such as maples or junipers, can help people with allergies. A mix of low-producing male pollinators, such as the tulip tree, with females to offset surrounding males will help solve the problem.

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