If only the loveliest name will fit your little rose petal, check out our list of flower baby names, mostly for girls. (Sorry, boys.)
As far as names go, Samantha is a fairly new name having been created in the late 18th-century in the southern U.S. It leaped... Read More
Not only is this the most popular of all flower names, it's the name of a famous comedienne, the name of Harry Potter's "mum,"... Read More
A variation of the more formal-sounding Alicia, the breezier Alyssa rocketed in popularity in the 1980s, thanks to actress... Read More
Now a favorite flower name everywhere from South America to Eastern Europe, Jasmine—also a plant known for its aromatic... Read More
The lotus flower is an exotic and mystical bloom that carries special meaning to several cultures. In Buddhism the lotus... Read More
Flower names are super in vogue right now, and Iris is simply blooming. While it's not nearly as popular as fellow flora... Read More
Are you hoping for a wiser-than-his-years son? Then Sage, which means "wise," may be the way to go. It's short and sweet... Read More
Ivy is one of the hottest flower names to be found right now, thanks to Jay-Z and Béyonce's baby girl Blue Ivy. To-the-point... Read More
This name was so trendy in the 70s and 80s, that there was even a movie named after it (Heathers starring Winona Ryder.)... Read More
English: Holy or holly tree; a beautiful seasonal name for girls born at Christmas, and the name of Audrey Hepburn''s memorable character...
Hebrew: A plain; an area of ancient Palestine where many roses grew
English: Variant of Lilian derived from the flower name Lily; symbolic of innocence, purity, and beauty
Hindi: Happy girl
Hawaiian: Child of heaven, heavenly flowers
Willow trees are known for their grace, flexibility and resilience—wonderful qualities (and a lovely name) to bestow on... Read More
English: Blend of Rose and Mary; also refers to the herb
Latin: Dew of the sea, referencing the common herb; also a blend of Rose and Mary
Greek: Flower known for its medicinal powers; from Greek paionia and Paion, the physician of the gods
It might be a flower name, but Dahlia is anything but flowery. Pronounced DA-lee-a or DAL-yah, this vintage name reminds... Read More
English: Type of a flower.
Latin: Flower name derived from the Latin phrase prima rosa meaning first rose.
If you're looking for a botanical name that's not too flowery, try Hazel. Hazel has a lovely, vintage feel and retains a... Read More
Greek: Bay tree or laurel tree; The mythological and virtuous Daphne was transformed into a laurel tree to protect her from Apollo...
American: Apple, a fruit
English: Deep blue-violet
Latin: Flower name popular in the southern United States
Persian: Shrub henna
English: Blossom, flower
Greek: Flower; poetically used to mean a simple shepherdess or country girl in I Care Not For Those Ladies by Thomas Campion (1567-1620)...
English: Botanical name for a green plant that loves shade; also a short form of Fernanda
Latin: Flower; the mythological Roman goddess of flowers and spring