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Are You a Flower Lover with Seasonal Allergies? Hypoallergenic Flowers to the Rescue!

Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Spring is a season of fresh flowers and new beginnings! But, for a few with allergies, spring marks the onset of wheezing, sniffling, itchy, watery eyes, and general discomfort. According to recent research reports, over 50 million Americans suffer from moderate to severe seasonal allergies. If you are flower lover and feel that flowers may stir up allergies, here we’ve got a list of hypoallergenic flowers from our Baltimore florist to liven up your garden and home space without irritating your senses.

Roses are famous for their signature scent and have a low pollen count. These are long-lasting flowers and won’t cause itchy eyes or a runny rose to the one who receives them. They are easy to find and come in a million different colors.

Tulips are one of the allergy-friendly flowers. They are often included in cheerful and warm bouquets. These flowers are the perfect option to include in bouquets for people who have a sensitive nose. They come in stunning colors, which make them the right choice for any occasion. They are available from December to June and come in many varieties.

Carnations are available in all seasons, have a lighter scent, and do not cause any type of allergies. When you add carnations to a bouquet, you get more layers resulting in voluminous appearance.

An orchid is considered to be an allergy-friendly flower even though it contains a bit of sticky pollen, because it hardly becomes airborne. It can be used as a stunning addition to a bridal bouquet, table arrangement, and more.

Irises stay fresh for about a week and can be chosen to make a statement in your bouquet.  They come in purple, blue, white, yellow, and bicolor white and yellow colors. Tall and spiky to start, they open up like joyful flags.

Peonies are one of the favorite flowers and can also be sent to people with allergies. They come in different colors, including blush, cream, white, pinks, and reds. They are available in April, May, and June.

Snapdragons are low allergen flowers. They add height and texture to floral arrangements. They are often used to create the structural framework for a floral arrangement and are usually the focal point. They are grown in the USA.
So, what are you looking for? Talk to your Baltimore florist to know more about hypoallergenic flowers and book flower delivery in Baltimore to celebrate any occasion.

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