It’s the perfect time of year to start growing flowers and bringing them into your home to enjoy. Unfortunately, for those who can’t stand heavy scents, flowers aren’t very enjoyable. Growing them, decorating with them, and wearing them feels impossible when all you can focus on is trying not to sneeze. Luckily, there are some odorless flowers that those with a sensitive nose can grow, decorate with, and wear. Learn more about some of those odorless flowers now.
Odorless Garden Additions—Sunflowers, Dahlias, and Hibiscus
There are many ways to create the perfect garden oasis, and that includes growing beautiful flowers. Your oasis won’t be pleasant if you can’t stop sneezing, though. Instead of investing in greenery and other landscaping that won’t brighten your yard with blooms, plant some odorless flowers that will pop with color without scenting the air.
Some of the best odorless flowers to grow in your garden are sunflowers, dahlias, and hibiscus. They come in bright colors and feed bees without choking your yard with fragrance.
Fragrance-Free Décor—Tulips, Calla Lilies, and Asiatic Lilies
While you can decorate your home with the odorless flowers you grow in your garden, you may want to decorate between growing seasons or have more variety. Luckily, there are some fragrance-free flowers that make great home décor that you can either add to arrangements with the flowers you’ve grown or leave on their own.
Decorate your home with tulips, calla lilies, and Asiatic lilies to bring color inside without choking your home with scent. Displays with these kinds of flowers will also make great gifts for other people with allergies and sensitive noses.
Scentless Accessories—Orchids, Ranunculi, and Poppies
Many cultures wear flowers as well as decorate with them. Certain holidays and occasions call for worn flowers, like May Day in Europe or visiting Hawaii for the first time. When those holidays and occasions come, you can wear some of these scentless flowers so that you can have the right accessories on without offending your nose.
There are special orchid Hawaiian leis that you can wear, along with ranunculus flower corsages and poppy boutonnieres. However you wear them, orchids, ranunculi, and poppies will complement your outfit and help you celebrate the holiday or special occasion.
Sunflowers, dahlias, hibiscus, tulips, calla lilies, Asiatic lilies, orchids, ranunculus, and poppies are all odorless flowers that those with a sensitive nose can enjoy. Whether you grow them in your garden, use them to decorate your home, or wear them on your body, they’ll provide the perfect pop of color without agitating your senses.