Anyone else suffer terribly from Hay fever?
I do and I often feel a little sad about the fact that I am unable to have beautiful flowers in every room of my Home.
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It’s the time of year when hay fever sufferers are exposed to copious amount of lavish floral displays in gardens and at weddings that they simply can’t enjoy due to their allergies.
It’s an affliction that affects 29% of Brits* with irritating symptoms such as itchy eyes, a runny nose, wheeziness, sneezing and fatigue.
However, this Summer it’s not all doom and gloom.
Discover a host of flowers that hay fever sufferers can enjoy with these hand-picked suggestions from Voucherbox to guarantee a fix of floral aromas for all this summer.
Treat yourself or a loved one this summer with this eFlorist discount code giving you 12% off at eFlorist.
These beautiful blooms come with a sneeze-free guarantee for the garden or vase;
It’s peony season (which runs April through to June) and these delicate flowers are pollinated by insects which means that their pollen is thick and sticky rather than light. This ensures that pollen from these flowers doesn’t travel through the air as it is not light enough to do so, which makes them perfect for hay fever sufferers to enjoy. These are my favourite, they’re so pretty!
These favourites from Alice in Wonderland are low in pollen. Some hay fever sufferers may find that they are still affected by the pollen that is released by some varieties. This can be counteracted by sticking to tight-budded roses that release a lot less pollen than their counterparts. And, they’re not just for romance or Valentine’s Day! Treat your loved one with this eFlorist discount code
Pollen-free Asiatic lilies
These iconic flowers differ from all of other lilies as they are in fact pollen free. Asiatic lilies provide a great alternative to other lilies that may have a fragrance which can be too overpowering.
These flowers are also known as the ‘Sword Lily’ and hay fever sufferers will be happy to hear that they rate very low on the allergen scale. Just like the peonies, these flowers are insect pollinated so present a low risk of affecting hay fever sufferers.
This is another insect pollinated flower that is hay fever-sufferer friendly. These bright little flowers can spruce up any garden or home.
Have I convinced you to fill your home with some beautiful floral displays this summer? Why not do so and save a little money at the same time with this eFlorist discount code.
*stats according to AllergyUK
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