Flower Middle Names: 101 Floral Middle Name Ideas

February 26, 2024

Are You Looking for Flower Middle Names? Read This List Of Flower Middle Names

Here Are 101+ Flower Middle Names, Floral Middle Names And Nature-Themed Second Name Ideas

If you’re looking for the best flower middle names for girls, read our list of 101 floral girl names.

Here are 101+ flower middle names, botanical, nature and plant baby names for girls that make good second name choices.

Why Choose A Flower Middle Name For Your Baby?

Using a flower name as a middle name is an eternally popular choice – and for good reasons.

Flower middle names are pretty, elegant and classic names that don’t date or go out of style. Using a flower name as a middle name means your choice won’t seem dated in a few years.

Despite being traditional names. floral middle names have a fresh and natural botanical edge.

Flower names are traditionally popular, so may be a family name – and you might be looking for a meaningful second name to honour one of your relatives.

Here are 40+ Flower Middle Names

Read this list to of floral middle names to find your perfect second name choice:

  1. Acacia: Of Greek origin, meaning ‘thorny tree’
  2. Amaryllis: Meaning fresh and sparkling
  3. Allium
  4. Anemone
  5. Ambretta
  6. Arbor
  7. Aster: A Greek flower name meaning ‘star’
  8. Azalea: A girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘dry’, because the azalea flower thrives in sandy soil
  9. Belladonna
  10. Begonia
  11. Bellerose
  12. Bloom
  13. Blossom: A pretty spring name meaning ‘flower-like’, Blosson is also ubiquitous with the 90s sitcom of the same name.
  14. Bluebell: An English flower name, bluebells symbolise gratitude, constancy and everlasting love.
  15. Briar: A Disney-linked name
  16. Briony
  17. Bryony: A Latin flower name meaning ‘to sprout’.
  18. Buttercup
  19. Camelia
  20. Calla: This is a lily name, meaning ‘beautiful’
  21. Cassia
  22. Celadine
  23. Clematis
  24. Chamomile
  25. Chrysanthemum
  26. Clover: A girl’s name of English origin, meaning key – also associated with good luck due to the symbol of the four leafed clover
  27. Crocus
  28. Daisy: One of the more popular floral names, Daisy is derived from an old English word meaning ‘days eye’ (from the flower)
  29. Daffodil
  30. Dalia
  31. Dahlia: A name of Hebrew origins, meaning ‘branch’
  32. Daphne
  33. Delphine
  34. Edelweiss
  35. Erica
  36. Fern
  37. Ferne: A nature name taken from the leafy plant
  38. Fleur: This is an old English name and also the French translation of the word flower
  39. Flora: From the Latin word for flower, Fleur is also the name of the Roman goddess of spring
  40. Florentina
  41. Freesia
  42. Forsythia
  43. Fuchsia
  44. Garland
  45. Gardenia
  46. Hazel: Another nature name, Hazel is taken from the tree, or colour
  47. Heather: Taken from the name of the small, purple plant
  48. Hibiscus
  49. Holly: A seasonal name, Holly is the plant associated with Christmas and winter
  50. Hyacinth; Of Greek origin, meaning precious stone. Also associated with the English sitcom ’Keeping Up Appearances’, where the main characters had floral-themed names
  51. Ianthe: This name is of Greek origin, meaning ‘purple flower’
  52. Iris: A name of Greek origins, meaning ‘rainbow’. Iris was the Greek goddess of the rainbow 9read our nicknames for Iris)
  53. Ivy: Taken from the climbing plant, Ivy represents fidelity (Beyonce is also a fan of this name)
  54. Jasmine: Of Persian origin, meaning ‘gift from God’
  55. Jeseamine
  56. Kassia
  57. Larkspur
  58. Lavender: Taken from the purple, sweet-smelling plant
  59. Leilani
  60. Lilac: From the fragrant, spring flowering plant – and also the distinct colour
  61. Lili
  62. Lily (read our nicknames for Lily)
  63. Lilly
  64. Lilliana
  65. Linnea
  66. Lita
  67. Lotus
  68. Magnolia: A girl’s name of Latin origin. Also the shade of the ever-popular neutral paint colour
  69. Marigold: Marigold is from the golden flower, and also the name of rubber gloves in the UK
  70. Marjoram
  71. Mimosa
  72. Myrtle
  73. Narcissa
  74. Nasrin
  75. Oleana
  76. Oleander
  77. Orchid
  78. Pansy
  79. Patchouli
  80. Peony: Meaning praise giving or healing
  81. Petunia: Taken directly from the plant, Petunia means ‘trumpet-shaped flower’
  82. Posey: Meaning ‘bunch of flowers’ Posey is also a short name for Josephine
  83. Poppy: The ever-popular Poppy is short, sweet and taken from the name for the red flower which is also used a the symbol for remembrance
  84. Primrose: Meaning ‘first rose’
  85. Prunella
  86. Rose
  87. Rosey
  88. Rosebud
  89. Rosie
  90. Rosalie
  91. Rosa
  92. Rosemary: All taken from the rose flower
  93. Rosanna
  94. Rhoda
  95. Snowdrop
  96. Tulip: This name is taken from the distinctly-shaped spring flower
  97. Tansy: The rarely-used name Tansy means ‘immortal’ or ‘eternal life’
  98. Viola: A girl’s name of Latin origins, taken from the name violet
  99. Violet: From the old French word ‘Violette’, violet is from the name of the plant, and the colour.
  100. Willow: A charming nature name, from the willow tree.
  101. Zinnia

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