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10 Flower Names for Baby Girls Born in Spring

Spring has sprung. Hallelujah! The season brings with it newness, freshness, warmth, color, and my favorite spring blooms!

Springtime flowers are not only beautiful, they’re a great source of inspiration for baby names. Flower names for baby girls are a perfect fit for springtime babies! And there are so many pretty ones to choose from.

Do you have a favorite flower name?

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    Flower Names for Girls

    Click through for 10 lovely flower names for baby girls born in the springtime or any time!

    Original Photo: iStockphoto

  • Violet 2 of 11
    Flower Names for Baby Girls

    Violet is a lovely name, and it's growing in popularity. In fact, it's in the Top 10 of Nameberry's most-searched names.

    Source: Nameberry
    Photo: iStockphoto

  • Azalea 3 of 11
    Flower Names for Baby Girls

    I've always been drawn to Azalea because its ending is much like my own name. This name is as fresh and pretty as the flower itself.

    Source: Nameberry
    Photo: iStockphoto

  • Iris 4 of 11
    Flower Names for Girls

    My dad has a cousin Iris, and she's just a lovely lady. According to Nameberry, "in ancient times, the Iris was considered a symbol of power and majesty, the three petal segments representing faith, wisdom and valor." 

    Source: Nameberry
    Photo: iStockphoto

  • Ivy 5 of 11
    Flower Names for Girls

    Ivy always reminds me of a slightly bad-girl name, probably because of the poison variety. And while it is not a blooming flower, it has a great history: Newlyweds were presented with ivy wreaths as a symbol of fertility. 

    Source: Nameberry
    Photo: iStockphoto

  • Dahlia 6 of 11
    Flower Names for Girls

    This has been an absolute favorite of mine for years, but the spouse poo-poos it every time I mention it. Nameberry says it's one of the rare flower names that might just be working its way into naming conversations.

    Source: Nameberry
    Photo: iStockphoto

  • Calla 7 of 11
    Flower Names for Girls

    Lily is outrageously popular, so why not consider Calla? It's a "lily name that is much more distinctive and delicate than Lily."

    Source: Nameberry
    Photo: iStockphoto

  • Rose 8 of 11
    Flower Names for Girls

    Rose has become the classic flower name used for girls as a first name and also as a popular middle name. But Nameberry warns, "some parents are finding there are too many roses in the garden."

    Source: Nameberry
    Photo: iStockphoto

     

  • Petunia 9 of 11
    Flower Names for Girls

    I go back and forth with this name, wondering if it's a wearable name or if it should be kept in the garden mainly because of it's lack of viable nicknames. But something always draws me back to it. 

    Source: Nameberry
    Photo: iStockphoto

  • Daisy 10 of 11
    Flower Names for Girls

    I'm a huge fan of Daisy. Perhaps more so as a nickname for Margaret (the flower was the symbol of Santa Margherita; thus the connection) than as a stand-alone name, but however it's used, it's a great one. 

    Source: Nameberry
    Photo: iStockphoto
     

  • Poppy 11 of 11
    Flower Names for Girls

    Poppy is another awesome flower name for a girl. I just love it, and completely agree with what Nameberry has to say about this moniker: "Poppy, unlike most floral names which are sweet and feminine, has a lot of spunk."

    Source: Nameberry
    Photo: iStockphoto

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