Moving to Austin? You should know about Cedar Fever, which according to Hill Country Allergy & Asthma, pollen from the Mountain Cedar is considered once of the most allergenic pollen’s in the country and I’m sure local suffers would agree. The Mountain Cedar grows on the limestone plateaus of central Texas and pollinates every year from November through February, peaking in the first few weeks of January. When the trees are shaken or blown by the wind, the pollen creates billowing clouds of pollen, often mistaken for pollution. Take a drive through the Hill Country on RR 620 or Loop 360 during peak season and you’ll likely see the haze filling the valleys.
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