Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Pollen


I think these 2 pictures about sums up the pollen situation here.
 

 



22 comments:

  1. Second post I've read about pollen this morning...everything has a tint of yellow to it right now.

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  2. Wow, I just saw pictures from GA and seeing yours too, I'm amazed at all of the pollen.

    Happy Gardening in spite of the pollen.

    FlowerLady

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  3. I find it ironic that the pollen plague hits us every year, just about the time I get the urge to do the spring cleaning on the porch and deck. Your photos make me want to sneeze.
    Connie

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  4. Yep. It's awful this year. No rain hasn't helped. Maybe we'll all get a bath today.

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  5. Yep...exactly like that here...'cept for the beautiful horse! gail

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  6. It is bad this year and oh yes, perfect pic of the issue. Beautiful horse!

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  7. SweetBay,

    Bad yeer for pollen no question. Much worse where there is lots of pines which we have very little of.

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  8. We are right there with ya! I am just waiting for rain so that I can wash my car and clean my porch and outdoor furniture. Carla

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  9. Love this. Hopefully you're not sneezing and wheezing? That stuff gets to me rather easily.

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  10. I've heard others mention how bad the pollen is this year. Glad I'm not there, my allergies would be miserable.
    Marnie

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  11. Hello Sweetbay, we go through the same thing; about a month ago the air was thick as the wind blew it from the evergreens. Now we have had unending rain for nearly a week; hopefully most of that is gone but will be replaced by grass pollens by May and June (I'm allergic).. hope you are not.

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  12. I just heard on the news about the high pollen counts. One downside of Spring is all that pollen.

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  13. Pollen isn't a problem here, at least not yet. We had five inches of snow this morning. Wet snow that's clinging to everything and dare I say...looking beautiful. Won't last long as temps are going back to the 60's for the weekend.

    Hope your horse doesn't have allergies.

    donna

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  14. We are covered up with yellow/green pollen here, too! Our neighbor has lots of pine trees so it's everywhere! I'll be glad when this stage of spring is past!

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  15. Oh my! Cutest horse ever, though!! :)

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  16. Wow, that's a LOT of pollen SB! It must be a bumper crop because we've been hearing about it on the nightly news here.

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  17. Oh my goodness! I saw a guy on the news brushing off all of the pollen from his car. It is amazing that there is so much.

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  18. Oh.. pollen everywhere, flowers are shooting pollen in chorus, all at the same time. But what are they celebrating?... A delayed Spring? ~bangchik

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  19. I am sure glad I am not bothered by this.

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  20. The cars, the house, my clothes and shoes, the patio furniture - we are yellow dusted too! I'm glad i don't have allergies. Your hose photo is really cute!

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