Tree Allergies, Temple Texas

Tree allergy can trigger runny nose and eyes, sinusitis, sore throat, coughing, headaches and asthma. Taking allergy drops before pollenation can help you reduce symptoms and build long-term tolerance so your body may no longer react.


ALDER TREE


Alder

Bark: dark grey, thin and sometimes sticky
Leaves: green, circular/oval with wavy edges
Color darkens during the fall
Height: Ranges from 50-65 ft


BIRCH TREE


Birch

Bark: peeling bark, turns chalky as it ages
Leaves: light to dark green, oval in shape
Turn yellow, brown & orange in the fall
Height: Ranges from 40-80 ft


POPLAR TREE


poplar

Bark: smooth bark, white to dark grey
Leaves: heart shaped with finely serrated edges
Colors turn yellow and gold in the fall
Height: Ranges from 50-165 ft
**this tree cross reacts with Cottonwood Trees


MULBERRY TREE


Mulberry

Bark: Mulberries grow similar to bushes
Leaves: glossy green leaves with flowering fruit
Height: certain types can reach up to 80ft


OAK TREE


oak

Bark: dark brown, but may redden as it ages
Leaves: oval with wavy edges
Colors turn red, orange and yellow in the fall
Height: Up tp 100ft tall May also spread up to 150 wide


MAPLE TREE


Maple tree

Bark: smooth, grayish-brown bark
Leaves: green and sectional
Changes to bright colors in the fall Height: Ranges from 20 -75 ft


SYCAMORE TREE


sycamore

Bark: large trunk that splits at root
Leaves: large leaves with a fuzzy stem
Turn yellow in the fall
Height: Up to 175 ft tall


WALNUT TREE


walnut

Bark: dark, diamond like ridges
Leaves: long and green
Colors turn pale yellow in the fall
Height: Up to 100 ft tall


ASH TREE


ash

Bark: brown with branches that grow in opposite directions
Leaves: 3-5 inch, narrow, green leaves
Height: Can range from 30-120 ft


BEECH TREE


beech

Bark: smooth with hints of gray, silver & blue
Leaves: oval with serrated edges
Turn brown, gold, yellow and red in fall
Height: Ranges from 80 to 100 ft


ELM TREE


elmBark: greyish blue with thick creases
Leaves: oval green leaves with serrated edges
Turn yellow in the fall
Height: Up to 115 ft tall


HICKORY TREE


hickoryBark: grey/brown
Leaves: multiple leaftlets with pointed ends
Height: up to 100 ft
**this tree cross reacts with Pecan Trees


CEDAR TREE


cedarBark: rigid brown or dark grey
Leaves: needles that do not fall in the fall
Height: can range from 100-130 ft


Call Temple Allergy Clinic in Temple Texas today at (254) 778-6475 to determine which allergy treatment options is right for you or request an appointment online.