Discover fields of flower names for girls just waiting to blossom.

Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Acacia

Thorny tree

Greek

#1,848 (0.0028%)  
Altheda

Like a blossom

Greek

Amaryllis

Fresh, sparkling

Greek

#2,030 (0.002%)  
Aster

Star

English

Astrid

Fair, beautiful goddess

Scandinavian

#638 (0.0284%)  
Ayana

Beautiful flower

#964 (0.0138%)  
Azalea

Dry

Greek

#488 (0.0412%)  
Begonia
Blimah

Blossom

Hebrew

Blossom

Flower-like

English

#2,524 (0.001%)  
Bluebell
Briony

Climbing plant

Greek

Bryony

Climbing plant

Greek

Calla

Beautiful

Greek

#1,563 (0.0044%)  
Camellia

Helper to the priest

Latin

#1,631 (0.0041%)  
Carnation

Flesh

Latin

Cherry

Cherry fruit

Modern

Chloris

Green, greenish-yellow

Greek

Clover

“She who clings lovingly.” From a Germanic base meaning “to adhere.” An allusion to the adhesive property of clover sap.

English

#1,189 (0.0084%)  
Daffodil

A personal name derived from the plant of the same name, in allusion to its ornate flowers.

French

Dahlia

Dahlia flower

Scandinavian

#401 (0.0514%)  
Daisy

Daisy flower

English

#168 (0.1218%)  
Fern

Fern

English

#1,444 (0.0054%)  
Fiorella

Flower

Latin

#1,876 (0.0027%)  
Fleur

Flower

French

Flora

Flower

Latin

#981 (0.0133%)  
Flower

Blossom

French

Forsythia
Gardenia

Scottish

Geranium

Greek

Hazel

Hazelnut tree

English

#42 (0.3578%)  
Heather

“The maiden from the heath,” in allusion to the heather-covered wastelands in the British isles.

English

#1,047 (0.0113%)  
Hibiscus

Latin

Holly

The holly tree

English

#482 (0.0419%)  
Hyacinth

A variant spelling of Hyacintha.

Greek

Iolanthe

Violet flower

Greek

Iris

Rainbow

Greek

#136 (0.1529%)  
Ivy

Ivy plant

English

#86 (0.2366%)  
Jacinta

Hyacinth

Spanish

Jasmine

Jasmine flower

Persian

#134 (0.1537%)  
Juniper

Juniper tree

English

#275 (0.0833%)  
Kalina

Flower

Slavic

#1,402 (0.0058%)  
Lavender

Lavender flower

English

#1,704 (0.0036%)  
Leilani

Heavenly flower

Polynesian

#118 (0.1807%)  
Lilac
#3,285 (0.0004%)  
Lillian

Lily flower

English

#34 (0.4028%)  
Lilly

Lily flower

English

#157 (0.1272%)  
Lily

Lily flower

English

#31 (0.4153%)  
Lotus

Lotus flower

Greek

#1,869 (0.0027%)  
Magnolia

Magnolia flower

English

#309 (0.0726%)  
Marigold

“Resplendent Mary,” from Mary (regarded as the Virgin Mary) and gold (here the symbol of splendor).

English

#1,233 (0.0078%)  
Myrtle

“The exclusive,” in allusion to the plant of the same name regarded as sacred to Venus.

Latin

Narcissa

Daffodil

Greek

Orchid

Flowering plant

Latin

Pansy

Flowering plant with velvety petals

French

Peony

Praisegiving

Greek

Petal
Petunia
Poppy

“The milk of happiness,” from the Latin papaver, the name of a plant having thick, milky juice, on the basis of papa, thick milk.

Latin

#561 (0.0344%)  
Posey
#3,100 (0.0004%)  
Posy

Small Flower

English

Primrose

First rose

English

#2,367 (0.0012%)  
Rose

Rose flower

English

#121 (0.1764%)  
Rosemary

Dew of the sea

Latin

#434 (0.0482%)  
Senna

The Senna Plant

English

#2,707 (0.0008%)  
Shoshannah

The Hebrew form, and original, of Susanna.

Hebrew

Susan

Lily

Hebrew

#992 (0.013%)  
Verbena

Holy plants

Latin

Violet

Violet flower

English

#43 (0.3489%)  
Willow

Willow tree

English

#62 (0.2818%)  
Yasmine

Jasmine; jasmine flower

Persian

#1,180 (0.0084%)  
Zinnia

An allusion to the flower of the same name, so designated in honor of J.

Latin

#1,342 (0.0063%)  

Floral names instill an inescapable image of natural elegance far more powerful than any hidden meaning. While baby girl flower names are seemingly dainty, they’re also bold and brave, unapologetic in their embracing of Mother Nature and her offerings. From the well-known Rose to the unique Fleur, flower names for girls come in all shapes and sizes.

Flower names for girls may seem like a new trend, but parents have been loving floral girl names for centuries. If we check the history books, we see plenty of flowery women dotting the pages, from Australian women’s rights activist Rose Scott to author and poet, Violet Tweedale. While there are vintage darlings like Lily and Daisy coming back around, there are still plenty of flower names for girls with a modern edge like Zinnia and Calla.

Of course, baby girl flower names do seem soft at a glance, but they are hardly delicate. Flower names for girls won’t overshadow natural talent or achievements. Look at Lily Parr. She was a professional English women’s football star way back in the early 1900s when women weren’t often seen in such roles.