It's easy to be allergic to flowers, even to acquire a new allergy or lose an old one.
I am quite allergic to certain flowers, plants, and seeds. I just noticed while cutting grass a couple of days ago that I'd developed an allergy to grass - I think. I'm getting tested for it tomorrow. This morning I drove past where someone had been mowing, smelled the fresh-cut grass and started immediately to react. That's what made me call the allergist.
I can't stand to be around geraniums or tomato plants, although I can eat tomatoes. I feed birds, which is why I am quite allergis to sunflower seeds. I get weekly shots for ragweed, dust, mold, mites, and spring flowering trees, which works very well. I hope it will be simple to just get grass added to my shots. Two a week is enough! I hope I won't have to end up taking 3!!!!
Alavert and a good shower after mowing keeps my reaction to grass to a minimum. At least Alavert doesn't put me to sleep.