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The Sneeze Free Garden

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This pop-up garden has been designed using only low-allergen plants.

More than 2,000 plants have been used to create this innovative design.

The bright display of plants will radiate colour using a diverse range of vivid Begonias, Fuchsias, Petunias, Geraniums, Hibiscus, Clematis and Bay trees.

Allergy relief brand Piriton has worked with horticulturalist and founder of OPALSTM, Thomas Ogren, to develop the installation.

OPALSTM is the world's first plant-allergy scale and has been used as one of the criteria to determine the low-allergen plant selection for the garden – only plants rated one to five have been used as these are considered to present a low risk of triggering an allergic reaction.

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