If you are looking for flower names for babies that sound beautiful and are meaningful too, you are at the right place. Floral baby names give a delicate and graceful air, and they will remind you of your baby’s distinct qualities even when they grow up.
In recent years, celebrities such as Meg Ryan and Ben Affleck have also popularized them by naming their children after flowers. Since floral baby names are here to stay, we have carefully curated a list of flower names for boys and girls. Our collection contains some rare, fun, and whimsical names, among which you can pick your favorite for your munchkin.
Gorgeous Flower Names For Girls
Acacia is rarely used Greek name, which is gradually catching the fancy of the parents. Named after a Greek botanist, Acacia is a shrub with yellow or white blossoms. Acacia symbolizes immortality and resurrection.
The beautiful white flower ‘Aletris’ is known to have healing properties. Aletris is a distinctively pleasant name for a girl.
Altheda, a Greek word, meaning ‘like a blossom’ possesses an edgy and modern appeal.
Alyssa, the informal variation of Alicia, gained popularity in 1980 and remained the top name for baby girls since.
This beautiful herb, with bright pink flowers, has the potential of being one of the rising floral girl names. We love the fresh sound of this name.
The classic sounding name “Amapola” is a beautiful red flower whose seeds are used to bake flavored bread. The name has a unique freshness.
The yellow evergreen flower “Ambretta” can be appealing to anyone. Ambretta is a modern name suitable for a girl.
If you want a showy flower name, then you can consider Amaryllis. The name was first used in the Greek poetry as a designation for pastoral beauties.
In Greek, the crimson flower “Anemone” means “daughter of the wind” and is a blossoming name for a girl.
Aster is the name of the delicate flower meaning ‘star’. It came into the spotlight by the little girl on the television show “Dexter”. The name has not hit the mainstream yet, but with its similarity to the high-profile name Astor, it could pretty soon.
Ayana, meaning beautiful flower, has a bright and creative ring to it. The name has never made an entry to the top 100 names in the US, so Ayana would make an original pick for your baby’s name.
Azalea is one of the freshest floral names that made its debut on the Social Security list in 2012. Interestingly, Azalea is now one of the fastest rising names on the list.
In Persian, the exotic flower Azami means “greatest or thistle flower”
The sweet smelling flower Begonia looks a lot like roses. Begonia can be beautiful name for your baby girl.
The flower blooms in summer and gives out a minty smell. Betony sounds a variant to “Bethany” and is a pleasant name for a girl.
The name is pretty common in Europe and refers to a white flower. “Blanchefleur” has a delicate feminine touch with ‘-fleur’ in its name.
Blimah, one of the daintiest and earliest Hebrew names, meaning ‘blossom’, is beginning to enter the spotlight now.
Blossom, meaning ‘to bloom’ will always be remembered for the eponymous character in the sitcom “Blossom”. Blossom is the name of one of the Powerpuff Girls as well.
This delicate flower with a dainty and divine smell is used widely in Britain. Geri Halliwell named her daughter Bluebell.
The light pink sweet-smelling rose is a native to West Asia and Europe. “Briar Rose” is also the name of the popular Disney princess Sleeping Beauty.
“Briony” or “Bryony” refers to “sprout,” just like the upward growing of the greenish-white tiny flowers. If you wish to have an uncommon name for your daughter, “Briony” can be a suitable choice.
The name of this yellow, shiny flower given to a princess in ‘The Princess Bride.’
Calantha, a Greek baby name meaning ‘beautiful flower’, spares the spunk of other cool floral names like Calla and Camellia.
This unique flower name is a delicate version of Lily. Calla is associated with the heroine of the novel “The Crowning Glory of Calla Lily Ponder”, which means ‘beautiful’.
These creamy, fragrant roses are most loved all across the world for their aroma and beautiful appearance. Camelia sounds sweet just as its fragrance and can be a sweet name.
It’s near impossible not to fall in love with this cheerful flower and its name.
The Cassia tree is known for emitting its spicy and sweet fragrance. “Cassia” in Greek refers to cinnamon, and could be a lovely name for your daughter.
The beautiful Lily flower with large petals and leaves, and sounds a lovely name for a girl.
The tiny yellow flower comes from the poppy family and means ‘swallow, a bird’ in Greek.
Chloris, the name of the mythological goddess of flowers, would make one of a kind name for your daughter.
The female name “Chrisoula” comes from Greek origin and refers to ‘golden flower.’
This is one of the least common flower inspired baby names. If you want a rare name for your daughter, Chrysanthemum is the best choice.
It comes from Latin origin and means ‘merciful, mild.’ “Clemensia” is a variant or “Clementia” sounds beautiful as a girl’s name.
The pink and lilac spider flower name suits well for a girl.
Cliantha is a unique flower and a sweet flowery name for a girl that means ‘a glory flower’ in Greek.
Clover, a charming and perky name, has become a favorite with the celebs. It’s also associated with good luck, which is a great feature for a name.
Crisantha isn’t related to Christine. It’s a short form of Chrysanthemum and means ‘golden flower’.
The spring flower “Columbine” is an English name from Latin that means ‘dove.’
The botanical name “Corymbia” is a suitable girl’s name and refers to the pretty red flowers.
This floral moniker is so uncommon that it would make a strong name for spring babies. Daffodil is also the name of the musician Michael Hurley’s first girl.
Dahlia is a cute flower name, bringing to mind small, lovely flowers. This vintage name, pronounced as Da-lee-Ah, also conjures to mind a glamorous silver screen legend or tough femme fatale.
Daisy will make a hippy, yet cool name for the little girl. The name brings to mind the bubbly and happy baby with a cute smile. Daisy is a popular nickname for Margaret as the French word for Daisy is ‘marguerite’. Even Daisy Buchanan did her bit to popularize the name in “The Great Gatsby”.
Danica, the pattern of Royal Copenhagen “Flowers of Denmark”, is a unique and delicate Slavic moniker, meaning ‘morning star’.
The stylish French name refers to royal blue flowers. In Greek, “Delphine” means ‘dolphin.’
The pink flower “Diantha” emits a spicy fragrance that means ‘divine flower’ in Greek.
The girl’s name “Embelia” is inspired by the white and pink tiny flowers.
47. Edelweiss (means adventure and notoriety)
The classic name for a girl means ‘noble white’ just like the flower. Edelweiss also means adventure and notoriety.
Elestren is a sweet ancient name that means “Iris” in Cornish origin.
It is a species from the Ericaceae family that offers elegant purple flowers. Another quality of the flower is, it grows abundantly. Erica can be a beautiful and graceful name for your daughter.
The Greek origin name “Evanthe” means ‘blooming’ and is a suitable name for a girl.
Of all the botanical names, Fern has been the most static in terms of performance. If you select this girl flower name, you can be assured that it will never go out of style.
This lyrical Italian name, meaning ‘flower’, could be used to pay tribute to your grandmother or aunt Flora or Florence. For the nickname, you can snip it down to Ella.
Pronounced as ‘fleer,’ “Fflur” means flower in Welsh.
The romantic name “Fioralba” refers to ‘flower of the dawn.’ It’s a unique flower name for a girl.
Fleur is the freshest of all the flower names in the name bouquet. This French for flower sounds incredibly chic and elegant to the ears. The name currently holds the 12th spot in the Netherlands, the home of tulip and other fleurs.
Flora, the name of the Roman goddess of spring and flower, is an eternal favorite of baby name experts.
Floortje comes from the Dutch origin and is pronounced as flor-che. “Floortje” means ‘little flower’ and is a sweet name for a girl.
The Latin origin name “Florentina” means “to bloom.” This name sounds pleasant to the ears and can keep your girl blossoming.
Florine is not only a floral name but is part of war history. “Florine” was a French crusader who lost her life by taking arrows in her chest. Your girl could draw inspiration from her indomitable spirit and become a brave woman.
Forsythia, named for the beautiful yellow bush, cannot challenge Violet or Rose in terms of popularity, but is sure to be one of the most unique.
An exotic German name that refers to Freese’s flower can be the most uncommon and lovely name.
The bright pink flower name “Fuchsia” was chosen by English musician Sting for her daughter.
The Green name refers to milk flower, which are tiny pretty white flowers. “Galanthus” is a unique choice as a name for a girl.
Garance is suitable for a girl and a boy. It is a fashionable name inspired by deep colored flowers.
Baby name Gardenia sounds a lot more powerful and exotic than other names like Lily and Rose. It’s named after the botanist Dr. Alexander Garden.
The name can be used for a girl and a boy, and refers to fragrance. It is a surprisingly interesting floral name.
It is an exotic flower from crane’s family and an off-beat name for a girl.
Inspired by the pretty and bright blue and violet flowers, “Giacinta” is also a saint name and suits a girl.
It is a popular floral name among Slavic, Czech, and Hebrew that means “blossom.”
Hazel is most commonly known as a tree or nut, but there’s also a flowering plant with long yellow strands called witch hazel. The name has become quite trendy in the last few years, thanks to books and movies – “The Hunger Games” and “The Fault in Our Stars”.
This old, yet timeless, two syllable name brings to mind a classy woman with the mind of her own. In fact, Heather was so popular in the 70s and 80s, that there was also a movie after the flower – “Heathers.”
It is a violet flower from Heliotropium genus and an uncommon name for a girl.
Holly is a beautiful baby name inspired by flowers; it suits perfectly for a baby girl born during Christmas. Holly is the name of Audrey Hepburn in “Breakfast at Tiffany”.
Hyacinth may not be as gentle and feminine as Rose and Violet, but it will appeal to parents who want an exotic floral name for their daughters.
In Greek, Ianthe refers to a purple flower. “Ianthe” is a romantic name chosen by poet Shelly for her daughter.
This unusual and interesting name is best known from Gilbert and Sullivan operetta of the same name. It means ‘violet flower’.
The Green origin name “Ione” means ‘violet.’ If you think the name “Violet” would be common, you can name your daughter “Ione.”
Iris is a purple flower getting its name from the Greek word rainbow. Since it is a rarely used name, it will make an intriguing choice for your baby, especially if you are spiritually oriented.
The Hebrew origin name “Irit” means ‘asphodel flower.’ It’s a classic name for your daughter.
Ivy is the hottest flower-inspired name right now, all thanks to Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s baby girl.
81. Blue Ivy
Apart from being charming, Ivy has a surprising number of spelling variations such as Ivie, Ivee, Ivi, and more.
The red tiny flowers are used by Hindus for worshipping. “Ixora” is an interesting name suitable for a girl.
If you think Hyacinth sounds inane, you can pick its sweeter Spanish version Jacintha. The correct pronunciation of this name is ha-Seen-ta.
The name gained popularity in the early 20th century, following the release of Disney’s “Aladdin”. Jazz will make a spunky and cute nickname for Jasmine.
It is a suitable name for a girl that means a lovely fragrance.
It is a flower from the fragrant olive family and is a suitable name for a girl.
This Spanish variation of Jasmine was once limited to England, but is now gaining popularity in the US as well.
Jolanda is a sweet and feminine Italian name, meaning ‘violet’. This name is practically unheard of in the US.
It is an English flower and is a lovely name for a girl.
What could be better than naming your daughter after an evergreen shrub that produces juicy bright blue berries? For the nickname, you can pick anyone from Juno, Junie, June, or Junebug.
Kalian, a pretty Polish name, translates to flower. You can consider its variations such as Kalene, Kalena, or Kaline.
The bell-shaped red flowers usually grow in high valleys. It stands as a traditional symbol during Christmas and the name sounds lovely for a girl.
A variant of “Cassia,” it is inspired by the Cassia tree that produces a spice like cinnamon. The Greek origin name “Kassia” can be a good pick for your daughter.
This floral name is gaining traction among parents of late.
If you want an exotic plus botanical name for your child, you can use the Hawaiian name Leilani. Meaning ‘child of heavenly flower’, Leilani has a lilting and beautiful feel to it. For the nickname, you can pick Leia.
It is a graceful name for a girl that is inspired by a tropical vine flower.
Lilac, the light purple flower with a beautiful scent, would make a nice name for your baby. Yes, it may not be as famous as Lily or Violet, but is rising the rankings steadily.
It is a variant of “Lily” and a lovely name for a girl.
Lillian, a variant of Lily, is symbolic of purity, innocence, and beauty, exactly what Mother Mary was. Lillian means ‘pure’.
It is a light and vibrant name for a girl from the Hebrew origin that means ‘garden of flowers.’
Lily is the most famous of all the flower names for girls. It just rolls off the tongue and sounds incredibly charming. The beautiful blooms of the flower represent purity.
This attractive Scandinavian name, meaning ‘twin flower’, is super popular in Norway and Sweden. It’s an excellent name to honor your Aunt Linda or Lynn.
Lotus, the exotic and mystical flower, carries a special meaning in different cultures. Lotus signifies enlightenment and purity in Buddhism and represents rebirth to the Egyptians.
It is not a common name for a girl that comes from Dutch, and refers to daisy.
In French, “Marguerite” refers to daisy. If you’ve been looking for a cheerful name for your little angel, this one can be a unique choice.
It is an Indian name that means “the aromatic jasmine flower.” “Magadhi” is a pleasant name for a girl.
The unisex name “Manuka” inspired from a tree that is known to have flowers that produce honey.
Magnolia would be a perfect name for your daughter if you’re a diehard fan of “Steel Magnolia”. Adrian Young of “No Doubt” fame named his daughter Magnolia.
This bright and beautiful name, found in English novels, is beginning to be considered in the US as well.
The Latin origin name means ‘shining sea’ and is inspired from a flower Amaryllis.
Myrtle is a pretty, popular, and ubiquitous name and comes from a plant with white or pink fragrant berries.
It is the name of a flower in Iran. The meaning of “Maryam” in Arabic and Hebrew is ‘beloved’ or ‘drop of the sea.’
The graceful name is from Urdu origin and refers to rose. If you are looking for a unique name, Mawar can be as sweet as Urdu language.
It is pronounced as “meen-yawn” and means ‘dainty.’ The name is inspired from a flower called Mignonette.”
Looking for a French floral name for your little one? “Muguet” means ‘lily’ and sounds a wonderful name.
It is inspired from a flower called Myrtle, and has its origin in Dutch. That’s a pretty name for a girl.
Narcissa, a Daffodil inspired name, has a lovely ring to it. But unfortunately, it hasn’t been able to make it to the top of the list because of its association with narcissism.
It is a modern floral name popular in Turkey and Iran, and refers to wild rose.
The feminine name “Neeja” has its origin in Hindi and refers to Lily.
Orchid, the name of the flower symbolizing beauty, love, and sophistication, would be an exotic option for your daughter.
The Italian name refers to ‘flowering ash tree’ and is a popular name used in the theatre craft too.
It is a Spanish name that means ‘Orchid.’ That’s a pretty name for your little one.
The French floral name refers to ‘thought’ and is also beautiful and colorful flowers.
It is a South African name that means ‘a flower.’ “Palesa” is a sweet name for a daughter.
The Turkish origin name “Papatya” means ‘daisy.’ It is an exotic choice for a girl’s name.
Peony, meaning ‘healing’, is one of the rarest floral names. Signifying honor and riches, Peony would make a distinctive name for your little one.
The Tibetian origin name “Pema” means ‘lotus flower.’ It is a delightful name similar to Padma, a Hindu name.
In Greek, Penthia means ‘flower’, and can be an enchanting name for your beautiful daughter.
This soft, sensitive, floral name belonged to a character in the film and the book “The Shipping News”. The moniker sounds exotic, yet down to earth and distinctive.
With the increase in all kinds of floral names, Petunia, the name of the trumpet-shaped flower, is gaining ground. Its gentle, lilting sound will secure its well-loved status for years to come.
Phlox, the name of tiny, purple flowers, would sound beautiful on your little one. This moniker is easy to spell and sounds feminine without being too frilly.
It is one of the carnation types that could be a lovely name for your pretty daughter.
Unlike most of the overtly sweet floral names, Poppy carries a lot of spunk and style with it. It’s widely popular in the US, especially on the southern side.
Daughters bring joy to their parents just like the fresh flowers in the spring season. So how about naming your child Posey, which means “a bunch of flowers”?
This elegant and dainty moniker is derived from the Latin phrase prima rose, which means ‘the first rose’. We’ve seen plenty of Primroses in quaint British novels, but never really found it in use in day to day life.
It refers to the ‘first rose’ in Latin. If you have a charming daughter, then “Primula” can be a good choice.
The girl name “Raisa” comes from Russian origin that means ‘rose.’ It sounds like a queen’s name too.
The Yiddish name “Raizal” means ‘rose.’ It is a lovely flower name for a girl as delicate as the pink Raizel flowers.
The name is inspired from the yellow flower and is a popular name in the Netherlands. If you want a stylish floral name for your baby, it can be a pleasant choice.
Pronounced as hros-wen, it is a Welsh origin name that refers to ‘white rose.’
It is a variant of “Rose” and is a sweet sounding name for a girl. If you wish to have an uncommon name, then “Rosa” it can be.
The romantic Spanish and Italian name means ‘rose and honey’, and can be a good chioce for your angel. “Rosamel” was also the name of a Chilean poet in the 20th century.
This graceful name, dating centuries back, has stayed on because of its feminine flair. You can even credit David Cameron’s “Titanic” for its resurgence. And be rest assured it will never go out of style.
The name Rosemary, derived from the Latin elements ‘ros’, which means ‘dew’, and ‘marinus’, which means ‘of the sea’, is as beautiful as the purple flowers of this plant.
The name comes from the flowering Rowan tree and is from an Irish origin. It is a beautiful tree to watch.
It is a unisex name from Greek origin that means “herb.” “Rue” is an inspired name from the yellow tiny flowers.
The cheerful name Senna is derived from the senna plant which bears bright blue flowers year after year. This pretty sounding Arabic name means ‘brightness’.
Shoshana refers to the pretty lily and is a suitable name for a girl. The stylish and modern name was also a character in the popular series ‘Girls.’
It is the beautiful violet flower that is not so commonly found. Naming your baby “Sigal” can make her a unique person just like the name.
It is an Estonian origin name that refers to the lovely ‘lilac flower.’ “Sireli” is a beautiful name for a girl.
Soma is an ancient plant in India that also refers to the ‘lunar nectar.’ “Soma” is an authentic name in Hinduism. The name can be used for girls too.
as in black-eyed Susan, resembles a daisy flower, but is actually a species of sunflower. Coming from the Hebrew language, Susan means ‘graceful lily’.
Want to give a French name to your little girl? “Suzzane” is a chic name that refers to ‘lily.’
It is inspired from “Tansy flower” and is a variant of daisy and lily. The Greek origin name “Tancy” refers to ‘immortal.’
The cute Persian name “Tulip” is inspired by the blooming flower and means ‘turban.’
The charming name comes from Hebrew origin that refers to ‘lily.’
That’s a common name in Israel for girls. “Varda” means ‘a pink rose’ in Hebrew. If you think Rosy and Rosa are too common, then this one could be a lovely choice.
The beautiful name Verbena is inspired by a sweet smelling plant. It’s unlikely you’ll come across two girls with this name in the same class or school.
The strong and graceful name for a girl is inspired from the blue leaves and flowers. “Veronica” also means ‘she brings victory.’ If you want your girl to succeed, this can be a great choice.
Violet is an eternal floral baby name. No matter what year, decade, or century it is, Violet will sound as fresh as it was when it began being used as a given name. It means ‘purple’.
That’s a distinctive name for a girl that refers to “violet” in Latin. “Viola” was the name of an actress in Shakespeare’s tale too.
It is a Latin name that stands for a flower, and is uncommon for a girl. “Wisteria” can be a classic choice.
It means “fragrant” of a flower in Malay and Indonesian.
The flowers of the willow tree, known for their resilience, grace, and flexibility, have gained favor in recent years as a baby girl name. It means ‘peaceful or resolute’.
The Arabic name means a ‘fragrant blooming flower.’ “Zainab” was the name of a daughter and wife of Prophet Muhammad.
This unusual floral name has more energy and edge than most floral names we’ve come across.
Unique Flower Names For Boys
It is a Spanish origin name that means a ‘blue bottle flower.’ That’s a modern name for a handsome boy.
Alder, the name of the flowering plant from the birch family, has an old school feel to it. It means ‘from the alder tree’.
The versatile and ever trendy name Anthony sounds a lot like ‘Anthos’, which is a Greek word for Rose. Anthony Quinn and Anthony Hopkins are popular bearers of this name.
In the 17th century, the name Antonia was linked to the Greek name ‘Anthos’, which means flower. So go for Antonio if you want a flower name for your boy.
The Japanese origin name “Aoi” refers to ‘Hollyhock flower.’ If you are looking for a short and sweet name, “Aoi” can be a good pick.
The name comes from Urdu origin and refers to ‘floral fragrance.’ “Araj” can be an authentic name for your son.
After lagging behind Arpit and Amrit for ages, Arnit, meaning ‘beautiful flower’, has suddenly caught on with the parents.
It is an aromatic name for a boy that refers to the ‘fragrance’ of a flower.
It is a classic name of Hebrew origin. You can also name Asher, inspired by the Ash tree.
The native American name “Aweinon” refers to moving flowers. Aweinon is a one-of-a-kind floral name for a boy.
It means a ‘sweet-smelling flower’ and is a suitable name for a charming boy.
Basil, a fragrant herb with purple and white flowers, is a very common name for boys. It remained on the US popularity list, reaching a high 327 in 1904.
Blathma refers to flower in Irish. If you want your boy to have a rare name in school and college, “Blathma” sounds cool.
Bud isn’t just a cute Irish nickname, but also stands for the male flower name meaning Blossom. If you’re hesitant to use it for a first name, you can use it as a nickname or middle name.
It encloses a flower and comes from Latin origin. “Calix” can also be named as “Chalice” and sounds suitable for a boy.
It is a group of small flowers and is derived from Middle Dutch Katteken as it resembles the flurry tail of the kitten. “Catkin” is a creative name for a boy.
That’s a biblical name common in Ireland that refers to ‘vineyards of God.’ If you want your baby boy to have a Catholic name, “Carmel” can be a good pick.
While most people associate it with trees and woods, there’s also a Cedar flower, which is breathtakingly beautiful.
The name Clem refers to Clematis, the climbing vine of beautiful flowers. Clem sounds humble, laid back, and has a distinctive down to earth charm.
Corey would be a fresh and snappy short form of Coreopsis, the cheery and long lasting flower. To make it more unconventional, you can spell it as Cory. Corey means ‘from the hollow’ – this sounds like one of the cool flower names.
It means a ‘gold flower’ in Spanish. Your boy would be called a golden boy with the name “Cresento.”
The cypress flower, resembling the five-pointed stars, looks absolutely adorable. It’s also the name of a town in Orange County, California.
Elm, a tree that blooms white flowers, would make an excellent middle name for boys. It sounds straight, strong, and robust, just like the flower.
Fiorello is one of those floral names that would work amazingly on a boy. It was made famous by Mayor La Guardia during the Second World War. In fact, he was also the basis of a musical called Fiorello. Fiorello means ‘little flower’.
French name Florent, meaning ‘flowering’, may sound a bit too flowery for American guys, but it’s quite popular in some parts of Europe.
This Latin name, meaning ‘flowering or flourishing’, may sound feminine to some, but it’s used mostly for boys. The name has a worldly appeal as well.
In French, “Florionio” means ‘flower.’ That’s indeed a stylish name for a boy.
The Bohemian name was invented by Shakespeare and is a unique floral choice for a boy.
Looking for a modern and stylish name? “Florus” refers to a flower in Latin and is a suitable choice.
The native American name “Gajijens” means ‘flower’s fall.’ It’s an interesting and classic name.
It refers to a ‘garden with yellow flowers.’ The beauty refers to the name “Gilford” that is a suitable name for a boy.
The pleasant pink flowers “Gladiolus” can be a suitable choice if you are looking for a masculine name for your baby boy.
That’s a classic Arabic name for a boy that refers to ‘blooming.’ It is the name of a famous poet too.
If you are brave enough, name your child Indigo. Indigo is the plant that creates a purplish-blue dye. We think it is one of the most evocative and appealing flower names of this generation.
It is a Hindi name that refers to ‘blue lotus.’ “Indivar” is an ancient name that also means ‘blessing.’
If you want a masculine name, inspired by rose, Jared could be your pick. It means ‘rose’ in Hebrew. Its namesake is none other than Jared Leto.
It refers to the “white lotus.” If you wish your boy stands out from the rest, then “Kairav” cannot go wrong as a name.
It is a Hindi origin name that means ‘lotus’ and ‘perfection.’ “Kamal” is a beautiful floral name for a boy.
The musk fragrance from the Kasturi plant or flower is “Kastur.” It’s a sweet-sounding name for a boy.
Ketak, a name that means ‘flower’, was once considered a bit pompous and grand for baby boys in India, but it’s now being opted by a significant number of parents.
Here’s a name for the traditional parents. Kunal is a Sanskrit origin name meaning ‘lotus’. It is quite popular in India.
Laurel is a lovely white and pink flower usually found in the Eastern side of the United States. You can name your boy “Laurence” and find him blooming all his life.
It is a Latin name that rhymes well with Beatrice. “Leatrice” is a unisex name but suits more for a boy, and refers to ‘blessed.’
In Hebrew, “Lotem” refers to ‘bush of golden flowers.’ That’s a classic name for a boy.
It is the name of a flower and also means ‘pertaining to the wolf.’ That sounds like a brave name for a boy. However, it can be used for a girl too.
The American name “Mallow” means ‘flower’ in American English. It’s a simple name yet so uncommon.
Moss, the soft, plush, and evocative nature name is heard more frequently as a surname rather than a name. Take Moss Hart for example.
That’s a beautiful and rare name for a boy. “Mranal” refers to ‘a collection of lotus,’ and an outstanding name for Hindus.
It refers to ‘king of flowers.’ If you want your baby boy to grow up and be the king of his work, then “Nalesh” can be a fantastic pick.
Narcissus, a name for daffodil, will make a perfect pick for your baby boy. It is also the name of a mythological young man who fell in love with his own image. It hasn’t been able to make it to the top of the list because of its association with narcissism.
Oleander, the name of a shrub which bears beautiful flowers, would make an excellent alternative to Oliver. It sounds playful, charming, sophisticated, and comes with nicknames such as Olly or Ollie.
Just like the orange Oliver flower, your baby boy can flourish and shine with “Oliver” as a name.
It is a type of orchid that is a delight to watch. “Oncidium” can be a delightful name just like the flower.
The orange colored flower “Palash” is considered sacred in many Asian countries. Your boy can shine just like the flower with this name.
It refers to the ‘budding leaf.’ The name is not a common choice and can be perfect for a son whose parents are looking for a Sanskrit name.
It refers to ‘the edge of a sunflower.’ That sounds like an old school name, but is trending even today.
The earthy name for a boy refers to ‘traveler’ in Latin. It is also a flower from the daisy flower.
The flower of a pine tree looks different from other flowers. So is the name “Pine,” unique from other names.
It refers to a ‘morning flower’ in native American language.
The name can be used for a boy and a girl, and refers to ‘falling flower’ in native American language. It is a novel choice as a floral name.
It is a native American name for a boy that means ‘sweet smelling’ or ‘fragrance.’ That’s a lovely choice for a boy.
The name Quill refers to Jonquil, the hardy, spring flower. The moniker would serve as a tribute to ancestors named Bill, Gil, or Phil.
The fresh name “Raanan” has its origin in Hebrew and refers to ‘flourishing’ or ‘green.’ It is an energizing name for a boy.
It refers to ‘heaven’s flower’ and is inspired from the ‘sweet flower.’
Ren is Japanese for ‘Lotus’. In Japan, the Lotus is a symbol of perfection and purity, traits that every parent wants in their son.
The water reed flowers look fragile and delicate. If you wish your boy grows up and becomes sensitive and sensible, then “Reed” can be a suitable choice.
The Muslim name “Risay” is inspired from ‘black rose’ and also refers to ‘one who is beloved.’
The boy’s name “Rhodes” has its origin in Greek that means ‘where roses grow.’
It is a vibrant name used for a boy that comes from German origin. “Romy” is also a short form of Romeo and Roman. The name is suitable for a girl and is inspired from rosemary.
The French name “Roselin” for a boy refers to ‘red haired.’ If your little boy has red hair, then this name can be the most appropriate.
Contrary to what most people think, the Saffron flower isn’t yellow or orange but purple. Saffron is a gender neutral name, but will suit boys more.
The name refers to an aromatic herb and also means an intelligent person. As a name, Sage is strong and short, fitting the criteria sought after by most modern parents.
It is a unisex name that refers to “lotus” and also means ‘vermillion.’ “Saroj” is an authentic Hindi name.
The Urdu name “Sheroze” means ‘king of roses.’ Your boy can become a charming person with this name.
The Hindi name “Shirish” refers to the ‘flower’ or a ‘rain tree.’ It is a sweet sounding and ancient name for a boy.
The handsome name “Spruce” is suitable for a boy. It is a food and flower plant that grows in winter.
Sorrel is the name of a beautiful red flower of the Caribbean. Although it is a gender-neutral name, Sorrel sounds more suitable for girls.
Sounds different? It refers to the Hawaaiin wedding flowers, which are tiny and white. Naming your boy “Stephanotis” can make him look unique.
It refers to the “cornflower” in native American origin. If you are looking for a fresh name for your baby boy, then “Talasi” can be an appropriate choice.
It is inspired from the yellow blooming flowers. “Tarragon” means ‘aromatic.’ Your boy will spread his fragrance wherever he goes with this name.
It represents graciousness and is inspired by a light purple flower. “Thistle” is a rare and pleasant choice for a boy. However, it can be used for a girl.
Hawthorne are small white and pink Hawthorn flowers from the Rosaceae family. “Hawthorne” is a positive name and suitable for a boy.
In Japanese, “Hinata” means ‘sunflower.’ It is a unique choice for your boy.
Shatrevar, the Persian word for flower is the inspiration behind this name. This British name took a long time to cross the Atlantic Ocean and has now begun to be heard in the US.
It refers to a ‘flower’ in Bulgarian. “Tsvetan” is the name of many legends from all over the world. For instance, “Tsvetan Dimitrov” is a Bulgarian footballer, and “Tsvetan Todorov” was a French-Bulgarian philosopher.
In Hebrew, “Vared” refers to ‘rose.’ If you want your boy to grow up and be gentle, you can choose this name for him.
It’s a flowering plant known to be evergreen. Your boy can gain its lovely characteristics if you name him “Viburnum.”
The name Watson refers to the flower Watsonia and means ‘powerful warrior’. You can either keep it Watson or stick with Watsonia.
Surprised to see William on this list? Don’t be! William is also the name of a sweet flower.
Yarrow, the name of the strong and fragrant herb that blooms into a bright yellow flower is gender neutral, but it sounds better on boys.
It is an Arabic origin name that refers to ‘blossoming.’ “Zahir” is a common name among Muslims and is an evergreen choice for a boy.
In Urdu, “Zahur” means a ‘flower that smells lovely.’ It is also a variant of “Zahir.”
That’s a modern name for a boy that means ‘fragrant flower.’ If you want your son to spread his beautiful fragrance wherever he goes, then that’s the name.
We know that it would be hard for you to pick just one of these names that mean flower. Think about it with your spouse and select the one that appeals to you both. So which one did you like the most?