Baby Names Inspired By Flowers

Birth is a life-changing experience. Expecting parents will begin to prepare once they find out they are pregnant.

Parents will often pick a name for their child. You can begin to think about names that are inspired by flowers or plants if you're a parent looking for a name.

Names of flowers are more popular with girls than they are for boys.
Flowers-inspired names for girls

Because they want to communicate sweetness and joy, parents often choose flower names for daughters. Flower names don't have to be boring or uninteresting. These are our top picks:

1. Rose

Rose is a versatile name that can be given to your baby girl in many different ways. There are many variations, including Roseanne, Rosa, Rosie and Roseanne. Names inspired by roses are synonymous with love, beauty, and passion.

Rose is a sweet name that conveys the hope for a happy child's life. Roseanne Park, who is Roseanne Park's real name, is a famous person with this name.

2. Lily

Lilies, which are white in nature, represent innocence and purity. Lily is a name that conjures up an elegant, innocent type of innocence such as that of a princess or high-born lady. Lily Collins and Lily James are two famous examples of this name.

You can send a beautiful bouquet of white lilies to friends or family members who have Lily babies.

3. Azalea

Azaleas, small brightly colored flowers that grow on bushes, are small and delicate. They are also known as Rhododendrons. The name Azalea may not be a common choice for a baby's name, but it could be if you are looking for something unique and exotic.

4. Jasmine

Jasmines, small white flowers that emit a pleasant scent, are small and delicate. Jasmines are often used to decorate hair and make tea. Yasmin is another variation of this name, which is Middle Eastern.

Jasmine is a great name to consider if your little girl is named after a Disney princess. Jasmine is the name that Aladdin used for Jasmine.

5. Violet

Violet is a classic English name that was very popular in Victorian times. Violet flowers are deep purple and bring out feelings of loyalty and protection.

Violet Crawley is the name of one of the key characters in the drama series "Downton Abbey".

6. Iris

Another classic English name, Iris, was very popular around the turn of this century. Irises are tall, long-stemmed flowers that come in a variety of shades of purple and blue. The Iris flower is a symbol of faith, hope, and courage.

7. Hyacinth

Hyacinth (pronounced Hai-ya'synth) has been one of the most popular flower names in recent years. Because it was a symbol of peace and tranquility, it was quite common in the decades after World War 2.

The Hyacinth was originally used in Roman times to symbolize the sun God Apollo. It is also associated with prosperity and growth.

8. Marigold

Marigold is one name you would see in Enid Blyton books. Because it is a symbol of wealth, it was quite popular among English nobility. Marigolds, bright yellow or orange flowers that symbolize joy, are also associated with religious purity.

Names of Boys Inspired by Flowers and Plants

Traditional male names are not flower-inspired. Instead, they have more tree and plant-inspired names. This is because flowers are often associated with feminine qualities rather than masculine. These are our top picks for boy name ideas that were inspired by flowers and plants.

1. Aster

Asters are flowers that look little like stars. Aster, which means "star" in ancient Greek, is not surprising. Asters are available in a variety of colors, including purple and blue. They are well-known for their ability to attract butterflies and bees. This name signifies your desire for your child to be a star in the making and to attract positive people wherever they go.

2. Sage

Sage, a well-known herb, is believed to protect against evil when it is burned. It emits a pleasant, fresh aroma and can clean the surrounding area. A sage in English is someone of wisdom. Therefore, calling your child this name will evoke notions of intelligence or wisdom that has been used for good.

3. Basil

Basil is another name that comes from a plant. Basil is most commonly used to cook western cuisines. Basil was once used to treat stomach pain, head colds and loss of appetite.

Basil is therefore a name that embodies healing, knowledge and diligence.

4. Cosmos

There are many shades of cosmos flowers, including magenta, pink, burgundy and red. Because their petals don't overlap, they are known as harmony flowers. Cosmos means harmony and peace.

5. Aloe

Aloe vera is a well-known plant. It has a gel-like center that can be used as a soothing balm. Aloe vera is used to soothe burns and scrapes. It is also known to reduce skin redness and skin irritations.

Aloe is the name you give your child. It means that you want them to be a healing balm capable of bringing peace to those around them.

Flowers are a great way to express your gratitude to a mom or dad who has just welcomed a baby girl into the world. Farm Florist can deliver flowers 24 hours a days and will even make express deliveries within one hour of receiving your order. Here's an example bouquet, Ethereal, that is filled with roses.