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Best Flowers For Allergies

Best Flowers For Allergies

Does plant pollen trigger your allergies? Allergies have been a bane to mankind for a long, long time, and the issue shows no sign of letting up. As a matter of fact, for many, it is getting worse.

If flower allergies are keeping you from enjoying your garden don’t fret. There are many flowers that you can cultivate that are have a low pollen count or are free from pollen totally.

The best piece of advice is to talk with a garden design company to find out which flowers are best for your allergies.

Bad Flowers for Allergies

Before we get into the best flowers for allergies lets take a look at some plants that should be avoided in a garden setting.

A list of these flowers are:


  • Black-eyed Susan
  • Canadian goldenrod
  • Carnation
  • Dandelion
  • Ox-eyed daisy
  • Honeysuckle
  • Periwinkle

Good Flowers for Allergies

The good news is that there are many flowers that you can enjoy. The wide range of these plants insures that  you can find flowers that suit your taste in color, form and fragrance.

Some of these good flowers are:


  • Begonia
  • Cactus
  • Clematis
  • Daffodil
  • Geranium
  • Impatiens
  • Rose
  • Salvia
  • Tulip
  • Verbena
  • Zinnia

General Thoughts

For the person suffering from allergies, gardening can be a bit of a disaster. Many would-be gardeners have given up before they even get started because of having to deal with plants that excite their allergies.

Some general pollen facts may aid you in your quest to garden as allergy-free as possible. A few are:

  • Pollen is released by different plants at different times meaning you may suffer from allergies year-round.
  • Male plants have the pollen and it is carried to the female plant, generally by the wind.
  • Pollen is generally yellow in color but also may be brown, white, purple or red.
  • Pollen counts are generally given as part of local weather reports.

Grow the best flowers for allergies and get out to enjoy your New Jersey garden space. If you still aren’t sure which type of flower would be best, contact your local professional garden designer for more information.