Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Acacia

Thorny tree

Greek

Algoma

Valley of flowers

Native American

Amaryllis

Fresh, sparkling

Greek

Anemone

Windflower

Greek

Anfisa

Flowering

Russian

Anthea

Flowery

Greek

Apple

Apple fruit

Apricot

Apricot fruit

English

Arden

Great forest

Latin

Ardice

Flowering Field

Hebrew

Aridatha

Flowering field

Hebrew

Ash

From the Ash Tree

English

Ashley

Ash tree meadow

English

Aspen

Aspen tree

English

Aster

Star

English

Astrid

Fair, beautiful goddess

Scandinavian

Ayanna

Beautiful flower

African

Azalea

Dry

Greek

Azelie

Flower

Hebrew

Azhara

Flower

Arabic

Aziel

Flower

Hebrew

Begonia
Berry

Berry

English

Blimah

Blossom

Hebrew

Blodwyn

White flower

Welsh

Blossom

Flower-like

English

Bluebell
Brietta

Thorny bush of wild roses, brambles; exalted one

Gaelic

Briony

Climbing plant

Greek

Calantha

Beautiful flower

Greek

Calla

Beautiful

Greek

Caltha

Golden flower

Latin

Camellia

Helper to the priest

Latin

Carmella

Garden, orchard

Hebrew

Carnation

Flesh

Latin

Cayenne

Hot Spice

French

Chamania

Sunflower

Hebrew

Cherry

Cherry fruit

Modern

Chloe

Green sprout

Greek

Chrisanta

Golden flower, chrysanthemum

Spanish

Clematia

Climbing plant

Greek

Clematis

Climbing plant

Greek

Clementine

Merciful

Latin

Clover

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

English

Coral

“The sentry,” in allusion to the belief of the ancients that a coral talisman served as a warning against the approach of evil spirits.

Latin

Cynara

Thistly plant

Greek

Daffodil

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

French

Dahlia

Dahlia flower

Scandinavian

Daisy

Daisy flower

English

Daphne

Laurel

Greek

Elodie

Marsh flower

Greek

Erith

Flower

Hebrew

Evanthe

Good flower

Greek

Fern

Fern

English

Fiorentina

Flowering, in bloom

Latin

Fiorenza

Flowering, in bloom

Latin

Fleur

Flower

French

Flora

Flower

Latin

Florence

Flowering, in bloom

Latin

Flower

Blossom

French

Forsythia
Gardenia

Scottish

Geranium

Greek

Ginata

Flower

Italian

Ginger

Pep, liveliness; ginger

Latin

Hamania

Sunflower

Hebrew

Hazel

Hazelnut tree

English

Heather

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

English

Hibiscus

Latin

Hinata

Sunflower, Facing The Sun

Japanese

Holly

The holly tree

English

Hue

Lily flower

Vietnamese

Hyacinth

A variant spelling of Hyacintha.

Greek

Iolanthe

Violet flower

Greek

Iris

Rainbow

Greek

Ivy

Ivy plant

English

Jacinta

Hyacinth

Spanish

Jasmine

Jasmine flower

Persian

Jui

Flower

Indian (Sanskrit)

Juniper

Juniper tree

English

Kalia

The flower wreath; the beloved

Polynesian

Kalina

Flower

Slavic

Keeya

Garden Flower

African

Ketaki

Flower

Indian (Sanskrit)

Ketifa

Flowering

Arabic

Larea

The bay, or laurel plant

Latin

Laurel

The bay, or laurel plant

Latin

Lavender

Lavender flower

English

Leiko

Little flower

Polynesian

Leilani

Heavenly flower

Polynesian

Lilac

Purple flower

Lily

Lily flower

English

Linden

Linden tree

English

Lomasi

Pretty flower

Native American

Lotus

Lotus flower

Greek

Magnolia

Magnolia flower

English

Mansi

Plucked flower

Native American

Maple

Maple tree

Marigold

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

English

Melantha

Dark flower

Greek

Myrtle

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

Latin

Najila

Name of a plant

Arabic

Napua

The Flowers

Polynesian

Nawar

Flower

Arabic

Nerolia

Orange flower

Italian

Nizana

Flower Bud

Hebrew

Nurit

A plant with yellow or red flowers

Hebrew

Olive

Olive tree

English

Orchid

Flowering plant

Latin

Orianthe

Flower

Greek

Pahukumaa

Edge of a Sunflower

Native American

Palesa

Flower

African

Pansy

Flowering plant with velvety petals

French

Peach

Peach fruit

English

Peony

Praisegiving

Greek

Pepper

Pepper spice

English

Petal
Petunia
Phyllis

Greenery

Greek

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

Posy

Small Flower

English

Poviyemo

Flower Falling

Native American

Primrose

First rose

English

Raizel

Rose

Yiddish

Reika

Fresh flower

Japanese

Rhoda

Rose; from Rhodes

Latin

Rosalie

Rose flower

French

Rose

Rose flower

English

Rosebud
Rosemary

Dew of the sea

Latin

Rowan

Of the rowan tree

Gaelic

Rozina

Rose

Latin

Ruza

Rose

Latin

Saffron

Saffron spice

Sage

Sage plant

English

Senna

The Senna Plant

English

Sequoia

Sparrow

Native American

Shoshannah

The Hebrew form, and original, of Susanna.

Hebrew

Shoshi

Lily, rose

Hebrew

Sihu

Flower (Hopi)

Native American

Snowdrop

White flower

Susan

Lily

Hebrew

Sylvia

Woods, forest

Latin

Sylvie

Woods, forest

Latin

Talasi

Cornflower

Native American

Tangerine

From Tangiers

English

Tsubaki

Camellia Flower

Japanese

Verbena

Holy plants

Latin

Violet

Violet flower

English

Virida

“Fresh, like the green stuff of spring,” from the Latin viriclis, green.

Latin

Willow

Willow tree

English

Wisteria

Purple flower

Yamka

Budding Flower

Native American

Yasmine

Jasmine; jasmine flower

Persian

Yolanda

Violet flower

Spanish

Zahara

Flowering; shining

Hebrew

Zara

Blooming flower

English

Zinara

Thistly plant

Greek

Zinnia

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

Latin

Zytka

Rose Flower

Polish

Escape to the sweet serenity of nature with plant names for girls. Whether you love flowery finds or soaring trees, these green gems are just waiting to be picked. Let’s meet some of these plant girl names together and see who’s destined for your favorite name list.

Floral monikers are undeniably cute girl plant names with their delicate nature. They also come in a variety of styles. This includes timeless treasures like Rose, vintage vamps like Violet, and modern darlings like Lily. For a sweet side, see Daisy and Poppy, and for a mature feel, see Calla. Some of our top choices among floral plant names for girls are rare ones, like Hyacinth. This unique name might see a bump in popularity thanks to Bridgerton, but we don’t see her taking over the charts like Lily, allowing her to retain her sparkle. Camellia is another excellent choice. Similar in sound to the mega-popular Amelia, this floral phenom is loaded with adorable nickname options, including Cami, Mimi, and Lia.

See tree-inspired girl plant names if you prefer a more powerful namesake from nature. Few are as popular as Willow, a fashionable find with the in-demand -oh suffix sound. Hazel is a modern mover in this arena, helped in part due to multiple Hollywood stars choosing it for their little ones. Another is Oakley, the surname of famed sharpshooter Annie Oakley. Oakley is certainly a tough cookie with cowgirl ties, but she can be softened with a solid middle name pairing. Oakley Noelle, Oakley Pearl, and Oakley June are some of our favorite combos. More tree-related names are Linden and Rowan.

For lovers of subtle nature vibes, check out monikers with green meanings. These make cool plant names for girls, as they aren’t obvious to those who aren’t into name etymology. Chloe is one you most likely recognize, as she’s enjoyed a surge in popularity in recent years. Meaning “green sprout,” she’s a stealthy girl plant name. Leiko is another darling choice, meaning “little flower.” Modern styling makes Blodwyn an attractive choice. Meaning “white flower,” she’s pure in heart and exceedingly rare. See Carmella’s “garden,” the “flowery” Anthea, and Azhara’s “flower” for more girl plant names with hidden meanings.

Check out the rest of our plant names for girls list and see what other natural treasures are waiting.