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WANTED: Pollen!

Posted by echobelly 10 (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 21, 10 at 19:52

What is creating all the yellow pollen that's covering everything? I'm a recent resident of Fort Myers, and I've never seen anything like this. The white yard furniture looks yellow. I wiped the table twice today, and had to rinse the sponge repeatedly there was so much pollen. The maples were in bloom a few weeks ago, so I don't think its them. There are a number of live oaks in my yard, but I couldn't find anything that might be a flower on them. Do palms give off pollen? At least I don't seem to be allergic to it!


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RE: WANTED: Pollen!

Sorry! it ended up in the wrong forum! I don't want any pollen!


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RE: WANTED: Pollen!

Ha! Ha! You've got pollen now huh:)


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RE: WANTED: Pollen!

Probably oaks blooming!! They are blooming everywhere.


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RE: WANTED: Pollen!

I used to live a bit south of Ft Myers, and the problem with the yellow dust is PALM POLLEN. It's a pain. You'll be spending a lot of time hosing down everything outside until the palm pollen subsides. GOOD LUCK!


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