University of Worcester - Not to be sneezed at

March 4, 2010

A low-allergen garden at the Chelsea Flower Show will highlight the work of the University of Worcester's National Pollen and Aerobiology Research Unit. The garden is the creation of designer Olivia Kirk, and will feature low-allergen plants and materials, including eco-friendly paint and sustainably sourced timber, at the show in May. The research unit produces all of the UK's pollen forecasts and carries out research into allergens. David Green, Worcester's vice-chancellor, said he looked forward to seeing the garden "in full low-allergenic bloom".

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