Best Hypoallergenic Flower Gift ideas

Do you know ladies who go "achoo" on flowers?

They might be suffering from hay fever. It's a seasonal type of allergic rhinitis caused by a person's sensitivity to pollen or mold spores in the air.

A person with hay fever will experience cold-like symptoms like sneezing, congestion, pressure on sinuses, itchiness on the eyes, and a runny nose.

It's known to be a seasonal type since hay fever can be triggered only at specific times of the year. It's usually during early spring and summer when flowers and trees give off pollen during these seasons.

It's hard not to feel sorry for women who experience this type of allergy since most love seeing and smelling flowers.

Good thing certain blooms are hypoallergenic. You can give them to anyone without worrying about causing them inconvenience. 


Hydrangeas' big, ball-shaped clusters of blooms are known to be allergy-friendly, thanks to their sticky pollen.

Their pollen cannot be carried by air, so there is no chance for them to be inhaled.

Potted hydrangeas are also popular gifts for Mother's Day, so if your mom gets irritated with pollen, you should consider gifting her with this. 


They are delicate yet robust flowers with a low pollen count.

Carnations already look attractive on their own but work well with other types of blooms when used in complex floral arrangements. They come in different colors ranging from green, yellow, to pink, so there surely is one that matches your loved one's taste. 


Although camellias are not well-known for their scent, certain varieties smell lemony or like jasmine.

If you are giving someone some fragrant types, you shouldn't worry about them inhaling pollen and possibly irritating them since camellias don't have pollen that can scatter in the wind. An allergy sufferer can indulge in their fragrant scent without worrying about getting teary or sneezing after. 


These radiant blooms are self-pollinating and have a low pollen count.

Although it is unlikely for anyone to experience allergic reactions to tulip flowers, handling their bulbs while planting can cause "tulip fingers." It's a type of contact dermatitis that causes rashes and inflammation on the skin.

Aside from that, you can give tulips on bouquets with no worries at all.


Orchids are one of the most ornamental blooms that many prefer to spruce up their spaces. They are also a favorite addition to bouquets since they bring a more exotic aura and easily lavish any flower arrangement.

The good news is they are also hypoallergenic. Their blooms are low in pollen count, so they are unlikely to make anyone itch or sneeze.


They are known to be a favorite among ladies.

However, lilies are the worst flowers to give someone allergic to pollen. But you don't have to worry anymore. If you want to surprise an allergy sufferer with these magnificent blooms, you can get some pollen-free lilies for them.

Horticulturists have found a way to breed lilies sans their pollen. 


Now you can breathe a sigh of relief.

The most popular flower, roses, are also on the hypoallergenic flower list!

Of course, they do have pollen that can be airborne, but most rose varieties won't cause someone to experience hay fever. Some don't release as much pollen, especially those with many petals. And if a rose caused someone to have cold-like symptoms, it's probably because it's a wild rose variety.

But if you want to give the ultimate floral gift that has gorgeous rose blooms, is hypoallergenic, fragrant, and will last for a long time, The Only Roses' Everlasting Roses is a perfect choice.

The roses we use are carefully curated from our rose farms in Ecuador. They are handpicked at their most beautiful stage of maturation before they undergo our complex preservation process. The lovely petals are kept intact while pollen is naturally removed in the process, making preserved roses the safest flowers to give to anyone with allergies.

They come in an astounding 25 color varieties, and The Only Roses gives you a significant number of elegant arrangements to choose from.

To find the perfect Everlasting Roses for gifting, you can visit our website or our store at Westfield Santa Anita Mall in Arcadia, CA, at 400 S Baldwin Ave. Ste 2135 Arcadia CA 91007. 


Allergy or no allergy, flowers are undoubtedly one of the best gifts to express your feelings for someone you love.

But fret not. While many flowers can irritate those who are sensitive to pollen, you won't run out of choices of blooms to give. Most of the loveliest blooms are actually hypoallergenic, so the special ladies in your life don't have to miss out on enjoying flowers.

Keep this list in mind when shopping for bouquets to give, and you'll never have to worry about making someone sneeze, itchy, or teary. 

The best place to get your forever roses

Some may say that flowers are already overrated gifts for occasions. But not if you give Ecuadorian Everlasting Roses encased in an acrylic box. It is a casual yet elegant present that can surely unveil the brightest smiles in any special occasions. You may check out our website or visit our store at The Only Roses Arcadia Westfield Santa Anita Mall 400 S Baldwin Ave. Ste 2135 Arcadia CA 91007 The Only Roses Valley Fair Westfield Valley Fair Mall 2855 Stevens Creek Blvd. Ste 1129 Santa Clara CA 95050

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