these free-flowering plants are in just about every shady garden.All popular types of begonias are safe bets.
Cactus plants have flowers cacti require cross-pollination from another cactus plant to produce seed. Insects and birds take care of that for them
With lovely rose-like flowers, you might suspect camellias to be allergy-inducing plants But their pollen does not have to travel far for pollination.
Most Clematis vines do not irritate people with allergies except for the sweet autumn and the North American native virgin's bower
Coleus plants are easy to propagate through stem cuttings. They add so much color to the garden
these plants rely on nectar-loving birds and insects so they brush up against their stamens and carry the pollen to the pistil for pollination.
Geranium give off very little pollen. Breeders have even developed a pollen-free geranium. Not to be confused with annual zonal geraniums both are pollinated by insects.
Hibiscus flowers produce very heavy pollen, which is not airborne.
Hosta plants are workhorses in the garden. Gardeners love them because they require so little care