The grass allergy season has arrived, so get your antihistamines ready. How likely is it that your cute picnic on the grass will result in an icky, stuffy nose in the United States?
This summer, Lawn Love ranked the 10 worst cities for grass allergies in 125 metro areas. The researchers looked at average grass pollen forecasts, grass allergen intensity, and lawn mowing frequency. The researchers also considered access to allergy testing and allergists.
Among the best places to live if allergies aren’t your thing, one South Carolina city made the list. Below, find the 10 worst (and 10 best) metros for grass allergies this summer, along with key insights from the report.