If you are one of those plant-loving people who start sneezing uncontrollably from being near certain flowers, you will surely be interested to know that there are several that will not harm you, or at least not as much.
For this reason, I am going to tell you some flowers for allergy sufferers that, in addition to being very pretty, are quite easy to care for. Check them out and enjoy the plants again.
- 1 Azalea
- 2 hydrangea
- 3 Thought
- 4 rosebush
The azalea is an evergreen shrub that grows to a height of about 50-60cm. Its growth rate is rather slow, so its development can be easily controlled by pruning at the end of winter.
It needs protection from direct sun , and an acid substrate or soil and irrigation water (pH 4 to 6).
The hydrangea is an evergreen shrub that reaches a height of about 70cm and produces pink, lilac or blue flowers from spring to late autumn. It likes shade and frequent watering (lime-free water should be used). In addition, it can be grown indoors as long as it is in a very bright room.
Pansy is a herbaceous plant that blooms in winter. It grows to a height of about 30 centimeters, with a sunny exposure. And the most interesting thing is that it resists the cold, so we only have to water it about twice a week to keep it in perfect condition.
The rose bush is a deciduous or semi-evergreen shrubby plant, depending on the variety and the climate, that reaches a height of up to 1 meter. It is one of the easiest to care for, as it only needs to be in full sun or partial shade, watered very often to prevent the soil from drying out, and prune faded flowers to encourage new ones to sprout .