Some Important Guidelines When Gardening
You may be interested in beautifying your existing garden or starting one. Whether it will be just for a small project of planting vegetables, planting gorgeous flowers and luxuriant plants or creating a sophisticated landscaped garden, you need to consider the following tips to avoid problems that may occur in the future. It is important that you arm yourself and be prepared before beginning any gardening activity. When we have a garden especially if it has lots of flowers, insects especially bees get attracted. Bee stings can be painful and if you get too many of them (and I mean quite a lot) it can be deadly. You also have to be aware if you are allergic to a bee sting.
Other people who are allergic need medication for this for in some cases (though not applicable to all) the allergy causes them to have either difficulty in breathing or swallowing or excessive swelling in the affected area caused by the sting. If it is common in your family to be allergic to bee stings or if you discover that you are indeed allergic to it, consult a physician for the necessary medication before going out to put that green thumb to work. Another allergy that is common is pollen allergies. If your garden has a lot of flowers, pollen would definitely be flying just about anywhere. The thing is that most of this pollen is not that visible to us and sometimes we do not notice that we may be breathing or inhaling them already.
If your allergy to pollen is somewhat severe it is best that you stay indoors and avoid doing any gardening to prevent any complications. So now that you are aware that you may not have any allergy to encounter once you start your gardening you have to equip yourself with the right attire. If you want to avoid mosquito as well as other insect bites, I advise you to wear long pants and long sleeves. It is important also that you wear gloves when doing your gardening to protect your hands especially from possible bites of spiders that may be living in your plants. It is best also that you do your gardening during the time of day wherein it is the least hot. Early in the morning or late in the afternoon would be ideal. If you want to bask in the sun while you do your gardening, do wear some sunscreen to help protect your skin. Enjoy gardening.
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