How Does Saved Listings Work?

To save a listing to your list of favorites, click into the listing you're interested in and simply click the "Save Listing" button from the listing details page.

You have now saved your listing!

To view your saved listings, click on the top " Saved Listings" link at the top of the screen near the menu. Save as many as you want and catalog them with this easy-to-use feature!

This feature works by storing an HTTP cookie on your machine to store and retrieve your list of favorites. To clear all favorite listings, simply clear out your browser's cookies (under the browser's settings).

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Flowers and Allergies

Flowers can brighten a room and bring a smile to your face - unless you suffer from allergies. But even if you do have allergies you may be able to enjoy the beauty of fragrant blooms without itchy, watery eyes, sneezing and other symptoms. Flowers that contain high levels of pollen are most likely to trigger allergic reactions. These include chrysanthemums, daises and sunflowers. Some mums and daises, however, have been bred to have double blooms and don't have as much pollen as their natural counterparts. Some of the best flowers for people with allergies are begonias, geraniums, impatiens, petunias and zinnias. And the classic favorite, roses, are also a good choice.