Giving or receiving flowers should be a painless experience.
A beautiful set of blooms is always a nice gesture and can make anyone feel all mushy inside. They can be a tricky gift though for those who have sensitive allergies. Whether you are on the giving or receiving side, it isn't fun to be sneezing or cringing around them. And of course, if you or your family members have allergies, you'll want to avoid planting flowers that will aggravate them! Check out this list of flowers to avoid for those with allergies.
Flowers with little to no pollen are better for those with allergies. That’s why roses are considered the "perfect flower" - lovely scent, no issues. The following flowers contain lots of pollen and trigger allergy symptoms.
Flowers To Avoid If You Have Allergies
- Dusty Miller
Remember to stay away from heavy pollenated flowers and plants so you can stay fresh faced and without an allergic reaction while giving or receiving one of life’s most beautiful features!