Tree Pollen Calendar – UK

Tree pollen calendar, showing pollen release periods for commonly found trees in the UK.

Including; Hazel, Yew, Alder, Elm, Willow, Poplar, Birch, Ash, Plane, Oak, Pine and Lime.

Also weed pollen and grass pollen release periods and peak release periods.

Different types of pollen are released throughout the year which can generate hay fever and other allergies. The Met Office pollen forecast can help you manage these symptoms providing pollen counts five days ahead.

The pollen count season is normally March to August. However, it can start as early as January and end as late as November.

The pollen season separates into three main sections:

  1. Tree pollen – late March to mid-May.
  2. Grass pollen – mid-May to July.
  3. Weed pollen – end of June to September

The forecast is based on this detailed breakdown of the different types of pollen and their peak times within a season.

Re-cap of main points.

The pollen count season is normally March to August. However, it can start as early as January and end as late as November.

The pollen season separates into three main sections:

  1. Tree pollen – late March to mid-May.
  2. Grass pollen – mid-May to July.
  3. Weed pollen – end of June to September

Source: metoffice.gov.uk

Source; LondonWeather

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