Flower Baby Names
For Boys And Girls
We have picked a great bunch of floral baby names perfect for your little rosebud! From feminine, flower-inspired names like Dahlia and Daisy to more masculine flower names for boys, such as Aster, find out why floral baby names are a hot new trend that is not going anywhere!
Floral names are a beautiful choice for a baby name. They are whimsical, unique and fun! Floral baby names for girls are abundant, as who wouldn’t want to name their daughter after a gorgeous flower? For boys, we have found cool boy names with floral-inspired meanings, as well as some cool tree and nature-inspired names.
Flower names for girls
Be warned! It might be hard to pick just one of these beautiful baby girl names. Whether you want a name that has a more vintage sound to it or one that is unique and edgy, you will have no problem finding plenty of choices.
What about flower names for boys?
The selection is much more limited when searching for a masculine sounding floral baby name. The name Aster, after the genus of flowering plants that include the Sea Aster is a cool choice. You could also go with the unique name of Fox or Foxx after the Foxglove flower.
Another great option is to pick a name that has a floral meaning, such as:
- Florian: Latin name meaning “flower”
- Headley: English name meaning “heather field”
- Jacek: Polish name meaning "alas" and “hyacinth flower”
- Kunal: Hindi name meaning “lotus flower”
- Ren: In Japanese that means “water lily”
- Roosevelt: Dutch name meaning “field of roses”
- Anthony: In the 17th century, this name was associated with the Greek anthos meaning flower
- Jarred: Hebrew name meaning Rose
- Antonio: English name meaning flower
You can also look at tree and bush names (and nature names in general) for more options:
Celebrities with floral baby names
Chef Jamie Oliver wins the prize for most floral baby names, as he has three daughters named Poppy Honey Rosie, Daisy Boo Pamela and Petal Blossom Rainbow. Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner have one daughter named Violet and the other named Seraphina Rose.
Check out more celebrities who have gotten in on the floral baby name trend:
- Singer Pink: Willow Sage
- Kate Beckinsale: Lily
- Comedian Rain Pryor: Lotus Marie
- True Blood star Stephen Moyer: Lilac
- Meg Ryan: Daughter Daisy True
- Tony Hawk: Kadence Clover
- Spice Girl Geri Halliwell: Bluebell Madonna
- Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann / Jude Law and Sadie Frost: Iris
- Michael Hutchence: Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily
- Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O’Connell: Daughter Charlie Tamara Tulip
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