The Texas climate has one long allergy season
Something is always pollinating
Plants make us sneeze, so we eat them
In Texas, we get relief from seasonal allergies for just one month a year: January.
It's only in the coldest of months that everything living in our ecosystem takes a break from pollinating themselves into existence...
If you were feeling sneezy yesterday there was a good reason for it. East Texas had high pollen counts over the weekend and it's supposed to get worse this week before it gets better. So when will we be done with the itchy eyes and runny noses this spring?