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100+ Flower Baby Girl Names

100+ Flower Baby Girl Names

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Girl Names Inspired by Flowers

Looking for flower baby girl names? We have a collection of over 100 names along with their meanings, so you can choose the best name for your newest bundle of joy! 

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Flower Baby Girl Names that Start with A

  • Abelia (a sweet, delicate flower that attracts butterflies and hummingbirds, in spring they’re very fragrant)
  • Alyssa (comes from the alyssum flower, in Greek, alyssum means “madness”) 
  • Amaranth (a beautiful herb with bright pink flowers) 
  • Amber (coming from the flower carpet amber roses, they’re beautiful flowers with a soft pink and peachy color)
  • Ambretta (comes from an evergreen that blooms yellow flowers)
  • Ambrosia (this is a species of the ragweed family that produces small green flowers, in Greek it means “immortality”)
  • Aster (a small, purple or pink flower with bright yellow center, it’s derived form the Greek word “star”)
  • Azalea (the floral name has been more popularized the past few years in the US, ranked number 891 in 2012)

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Flower Baby Girl Names that Start with B

  • Bee (coming from the bee balm flower, with an almost spikey looking appearance)
  • Belladonna (while beautiful and alluring, this flower can be deadly when eaten)
  • Belle (the name comes from the bluebell flower, the juice from these flowers are said to have been used to cure snake bites)
  • Betony (a summer flower that gives off a minty fragrance)
  • Blossom (represents the growth of the flower, and your baby girl)
  • Briar (briar rose, a specific rose species)
  • Buttercup (a yellow, shiny flower associated with spring and summer)

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Flower Baby Girl Names that Start with C

  • Calanthe (a type of orchid meaning beautiful flower in Greek)
  • Calla (in reference to the calla lily, a funnel shaped flower, which in Greek means “beauty”)
  • Camellia (a pink flower thats appearance is similar to a rose)
  • Canna (another name for the lily flower, it has large petals and leaves)
  • Cassia (another name for the golden shower tree, which has bright yellow blooms)
  • Cecelia (this name comes from the name of a variety of heather flowers called Cecelia M. Beale, the name was the inspiration for a song by Simon and Garfunkel called Cecelia)
  • Chamomile (known for the type of tea, made from small white flowers that resemble daisies)
  • Chrysanthemum (this flower comes in many pretty colors, it’s name dating back to at least the 15th century)
  • Clover (these are usually found in the grass or on hillsides, but when you find a four-leaf clover, it gives you luck)
  • Cynthia (the name of a shrub with yellow dandelion-like flowers)

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Flower Baby Girl Names that Start with D

  • Daffodil (a spring flower that comes in many beautiful colors, but a bright yellow version is most well known)
  • Dahlia (a big and beautiful flower that comes in a lot of bright colors like purple and red, in the Victorian language of flowers it signified elegance and dignity)
  • Daisy (the name of the small white flower, meaning “day eye” in Old English)
  • Danica (the “Flowers of Denmark”, in Slavic it means “morning star”)
  • Delphine (this flower is very beautiful, with it’s dark blue and purple appearance it attracts, but just two milligrams is enough to kill an adult human)
  • Dianella (this flower has indigo colored petals, they can be ornamental grass)
  • Diantha (a pink flower that emits a spicy aroma, meaning “divine flower” in Greek)

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Flower Baby Girl Names that Start with E

  • Embelia (a type of tiny white and pink flowers)
  • Erica (this has genus of over 800 different plants in the family Ericaceae)

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Flower Baby Girl Names that Start with F

  • Flora (means “flower” in Latin, the name was most popular during the Renaissance Era in Europe)
  • Florentina (the name comes from the flower iris florentina, which has white petals and a delicate looking bloom)
  • Forsythia (a golden yellow flower named after William Forsyth)
  • Freesia (an elegant color that comes in multiple different colors and most known for its scent, which is commonly used in perfumes)
  • Fuchsia (a bright pink flower, this name was chosen by English musician Sting for her daughter)

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Flower Baby Girl Names that Start with G

  • Gardenia (a powerful and exotic name for a baby, it’s a big beautiful white flower that was named after the botanist Dr. Alexander Garden)
  • Ginger (a tropical plant that flowers, it is best known for the spice ginger, it’s been used for thousands of years as flavoring and healing)

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Flower Baby Girl Names that Start with H

  • Hana (a popular floral name among Slavic, Czech, and Hebrew communities that means “blossom”)
  • Harmony (one variety of dwarf iris, a tiny but gorgeous flower that has a deep bluish-purple color)
  • Hazel (from the hazel tree, which produces hazelnuts and pearl like strands of flowers called catkins)
  • Heather (a purple plant that, in Scotland, grew in barren lands of rocky grounds)
  • Holly (the evergreen shrub that has been associated with Christmas for years, it has white flowers with prickly dark green leaves and red berries)
  • Hyacinth (in Greek mythology, this flower was created by the God Apollo to honor his deceased lover Hyacinth)

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Flower Baby Girl Names that Start with I

  • Indigo (the name originates from the deep-blue dye that comes from the indigo plant)
  • Iris (the name is inspired by the flower irises, it has a beautiful deep purple tint, in Greek mythology the Greek Goddess Iris was the carrier of messages from the mortal world to the gods)
  • Ivy (a type of climbing plant that has yellow flowers and dark purple berries, it’s an invasive plant that can overgrow ‌easily)
  • Ixora (tiny red flowers used by Hindus for worshiping)

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Flower Baby Girl Names that Start with J

  • Jacinta (the Spanish version of Hyacinth)
  • Jamesia (coming from the jamesia americana, this flower comes in pretty shades of purple, pink, and white)
  • Jasmine (another type of climbing plant with fragrant flowers that are commonly used to make perfume, in Persian it means “gift from God”)
  • Jazlyn (it means “lovely fragrance” in reference to the fragrance of a flower) 
  • Jesmyn (a flower from the fragrant olive family)
  • Jewel (coming from the red jewel flowering crab, which has white flowers and red fruit)
  • Juniper (an evergreen shrub that produces bright red berries)
  • Julia (this name comes from the Julia Child rose, which has a butter gold color, it was named in honor of the American icon Julia Child)

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Flower Baby Girl Names that Start with K

  • Kalina (in Slavic the name means flower)
  • Kalmia (known for its high-quality foliage)
  • Kassia (variant of Cassia)
  • Katy (derived from the flower flaming katy, it’s a succulent flower that blooms in the winter and part of spring)

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Flower Baby Girl Names that Start with L

  • Laurel (the laurel flower comes in multiple varieties, and for almost every year for decades, the name laurel has placed in the top 1000 names)
  • Lavender (coming from the flower, it has hundreds of small beautiful purple flowers on its stem and a fragrant smell)
  • Leilani (in Hawaiian it means “heavenly flowers”)
  • Liana (inspired by a tropical vine flower, beautiful and dainty with a pale yellow center) 
  • Lilac (they were brought to North America in the 1750s by European colonists, and are known for their intoxicating smell)
  • Lilium (a category of biological classification for true lilies)
  • Lillian (the name recently revived in 2012, having the highest usage since the 1920s)
  • Lily (derived from the Latin word “lilium” and is often associated with white lilies and purity)
  • Linnea (a popular name in Norway and Sweden that means “twin flower” in Scandinavian)
  • Lita (a unique name that means “garden of flowers” in Hebrew) 

Flower Baby Girl Names that Start with M

  • Magnolia (a flowering tree named after the French botanist Pierre Magnol, has fragrant flowers that can be white, pink, purple, yellow, or green)
  • Marigold (in the same family as the daisy flower, in many cultures and religions marigolds are important and were used or worn during special ceremonies)
  • Marrila (inspired by the amaryllis flower, which symbolizes pride, strength, and determination)
  • Maryam (in Iran this is the name of the tuberose flower, named after the Virgin Mary)
  • Meadow (meadows are most commonly filled with many flowers)
  • Myrtle (this name was popular in the 19th century, and is connected to the family of myrtle plants which includes bay, clove, and allspice)

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Flower Baby Girl Names that Start with N

  • Nerine (this flower comes in vibrant colors of pink, red, and magenta, it symbolizes union and straight from the heart)

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Flower Baby Girl Names that Start with O

  • Olearia (a daisy-like flower found in Australia and New Zealand, a very rare name)
  • Orchid (this flower is commonly big and beautiful, it symbolizes beauty, love, and sophistication)
  • Ornella (in Italian it means “flowering ash tree”) 

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Flower Baby Girl Names that Start with P

  • Palesa (means a flower“ in South African)
  • Petal (in reference to the delicate petal of a flower, perfect for a newborn baby girl)
  • Petunia (a simple flower often found in home gardens, the Maya and Inca believed that these flowers warded off bad spirits)
  • Phlox (tiny purple flowers)
  • Poppy (in Latin it means “flower” and symbolizes beauty, success, and a lively imagination)
  • Posey (the name of a small flower bouquet often given as a gift, these flowers are also mentioned in the nursery rhyme “Ring Around The Rosie”)
  • Primrose (this flower is in the family of wild flowers, in Latin it means “first rose”)

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Flower Baby Girl Names that Start with Q

  • Quince (the quince flower comes in bright red and coral colors, some varieties even produce fruit)

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Flower Baby Girl Names that Start with R

  • Rain (in reference to the rain lily, these beautiful flowers symbolize purity, transformation, rebirth, and devotion)
  • Raisa (in Yiddish it means “rose”)
  • Rayen (popular in the Netherlands, inspired by the yellow flower)
  • Ren (in Irish it means “water lily” and in Japanese means “lotus”, the lotus flower in Ancient Egyptian culture was symbolic of rebirth)
  • Rhoda (it means “rose” in Greek) 
  • Rose (a flower with intricate and delicate features and most commonly, a bold scarlet red color)
  • Rosemary (a dainty purple flower)
  • Rue (tiny yellow flowers that can be used to help with stress and headaches, people call it the herb of grace)

Flower Baby Girl Names that Start with S

  • Sage (a plant that has small purple flowers that grow on its leaves, this plant is considered important to some cultures and was used as a healer and protection)
  • Senna (this plant is found in tropical areas, with bright golden yellow flowers)
  • Sharon (the name comes from the Rose of Sharon, which is a biblical reference that symbolizes beauty)
  • Sigal (a beautiful violet flower uncommon to many places)
  • Sireli (an Estonian origin name that refers to the lovely lilac flower) 
  • Soma (an ancient plant in India that refers to the “lunar nectar”)
  • Sunny (this name is inspired by the sunflower, a big yellow flower that grows in fields together, they are a common flower of fall)
  • Susan (coming from the black-eyed susan flower, it looks very similar to sunflowers, just much smaller)
  • Susannah (comes from the Hebrew name Shoshannah, meaning “lily”)

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Flower Baby Girl Names that Start with T

  • Tancy (inspired by the tansy flower, a variant of daisy and lily)
  • Tansy (this plant has yellow button-like flowers, and were used in ancient Greek for medical purposes)
  • Tulip (a spring flower that comes in many colors and are sometimes fragrant)

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Flower Baby Girl Names that Start with V

  • Varda (a common name in Israel, meaning “a pink rose” in Hebrew)
  • Verbena (inspired by a sweet smelling plant)
  • Veronica (inspired from the blue leaves and flowers, it means “she brings victory” )
  • Viola (refers to violet in Latin, also the name of an actress in Shakespeare’s tale)

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Flower Baby Girl Names that Start with W

  • Willow (inspired by the willow tree, which has elongated flowers called catkins that hang down off of the branches of the tree)

Flower Baby Girl Names that Start with Z

  • Zinnia (a beautiful flower that comes in many vibrant colors, the flower symbolizes remembrance)

I am sure you have heard of most of the flowers, but there were some I never knew about that would make wonderful baby girl names! 

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