plant names for girls

Tree and Plant names for girls

Is there anything more beautiful than nature? We know your answer, ‘NO’. So how nice it will be to hear if you name your baby from an element of nature like plant? We think names derived from plant and trees will be wonderful, especially for baby girls.

Getting inspiration from the beauty around us we have a list of plant names for girls with trendy names which will bring lovely images of nature to your mind.

So if you are searching for a beautiful name inspired by natural elements like trees and plants, wood or other botanical elements, you don’t need to search anymore. Take a look at our below list of Tree names for girls and select one unique plant baby name for your baby.

 

Plant Names for girls:

  • Acacia: Derived from a Latin tree ‘acacia’
  • Acer: Botanical name of maple
  • Ainsley: Derived from old English, means ‘hermitage wood’
  • Alameda: Meaning ‘garden’
  • Alani: ‘Orange tree’ derived from Hawaiian language
  • Alaqua: Meaning ‘sweet gum’
  • Albert: From ‘Albert’
  • Alivette: From Latin ‘Olive’
  • Aloe/Alona: Derived from Hebrew Alon (Oak)
  • Althea: A herb
  • Amber
  • Andromeda: A shrub
  • Ametza: It’s also derived from Oak, In ‘Basque’
  • Anise: From aniseed plant
  • Arden: Means ‘great forest’ in Latin
  • Arzana: A Bush
  • Artemisia: A shrub
  • Ash/Ashley/Ashlee/Ashlie/Ashlyn/Ashlynn/Ashby: Derived from English Ashley (ash-tree)
  • Ashton: From old English, means ‘ash-tree-town’
  • Aspen
  • Aven
  • Azalea: A shrub
  • Bay: Derived from ‘Bay laurel’
  • Begonia: Colorful plant
  • Belenda/Belinda/Bellinda/Belynda:  Derived from old German ‘Belinda’ means ‘bright linden tree’
  • Berry/Beryl: From ‘Berry’
  • Blossom: Means flowers on a tree
  • Brier: Botanical name of a plant
  • Bryony: Plant with large leaves
  • Calla: Two arum plants
  • Cally/Cayla: Crown of Laurel
  • Cassia/Cassiah
  • Cedar
  • Cerios/Cerese/Cerise/Cher/Cherida/Cheryth: All derived from ‘Cherry’
  • Chi: ‘tree branch’ in Vietnamese language
  • Cinnamon: A small evergreen tree
  • Clematis: In Greek language means ‘climbing plant’
  • Clove
  • Cynara: In Greek language ‘thistle plant’
  • Dafne/Daphne: ‘Laurel’ in Italian Language
  • Dara/Derry: Oak(Derry in Irish)
  • Darnell: A plant
  • Dassah: Myrtle tree
  • Drusilla: Oak in Latin ‘Drusus’
  • Ebony: From Greek ‘Black wood’
  • Eila/Ela: From Hebrew meaning of ‘Oak’
  • Eilat: Hebrew meaning ‘grove of long trees’
  • Elana: From Hebrew language
  • Evette/Evennoe/Evonne: From French Yvette meaning  ‘yew tree’
  • Fennel: From Faeniculam plant
  • Fern/Ferna/Frenanda/Fernley: ‘Fern’ means a flowerless green plant. All derived from this meaning.tree names for girls
  • Fidan: It means ‘sapling’
  • Filis: Means ‘Greenery’
  • Forsythis: A shrub
  • Fuchsia: Another flowering plant common in America and New Zealand
  • Gelsomina: A plant
  • Geneva/Jonevah: From French ‘Juniper’
  • Hada/Hadaccah/Hadas/Hadassa/Hadassah: From Hebrew Hadaccah, means ‘myrtle’
  • Haruki: Japanese language, means ‘springtime tree’
  • Haze/Hazel: From ‘Hazel’
  • Heather/Hebe: A flowering plant
  • Holly/Hollie/Hollis: Derived from an evergreen shrub
  • Idra: From fig
  • Ilana/Ilanit: ‘Tree’ in the Hebrew language
  • Indigo: From Indigo
  • Ivet/Ivette/Ivetter/Ivenett/Ivonette/Ivonne: From French Yvette and German Yvonne, both means ‘Yew tree’
  • Iwona: From Polish Iwo ‘Yew’
  • Ivy: An evergreen plant
  • Jasmine: Flowering plant
  • Juniper: From ‘Juniper’
  • Kai: Means ‘Willow tree’ in Native American
  • Kaya/Kayla/Kyle: Meaning ‘crown of laurel’
  • Kezia/Keysha/Ketzia/Keshia/Keziah/Kisha/Kizzie: From Hebrew language ‘Cassia tree’
  • Lakeisha: Also derived from Cassia
  • Lata: Popular Hindi and Bengali name, means ‘vine’
  • Lara/Lari/Laura/Laurel/Laureen/Lauren: From ‘Laurel’
  • Laurelle/Lauressa/Lauretta/Laurette/Laurine/Laurita/Laurine/Lavra: All derived from Latin Laura, means ‘Laurel’
  • Leena/Lina: From Arabic Leena means ‘palm’
  • Lindsey/Linnen: From Linden tree
  • Livia: From Olive
  • Lora/Lori/Lowri/Lowri/Lowrinda: From German Lora, means ‘Laurel’
  • Lotus: Flower as well as flowering plant name
  • Lubna: Arabic name of sorax
  • Magnolia: A flowering tree
  • Makala: ‘myrtle’ in Hawaiian language
  • Marietta
  • Miki: In Japanese language it means ‘beautiful tree’
  • Mirta: In Greek, it means ‘crown of thorns’
  • Mirthe/Myrthe/Myrtle/Myrtie: All derived from ‘Myrtle’
  • Naoki: Japanese name means ‘docile tree’
  • Nelda: From Alder
  • Nikki/Nikiesha: Japanese word, means ‘two trees’.
  • Nurit: A plant
  • Olive/Olibhe/Olivette/Oliva/Olia/Olivia: All derived from ‘Olive’, with burnett or brown color
  • Orna/Ornat/Orinthia/Oriel: Derived from Hebrew pine, Orinthia
  • Papina: Vine
  • Penelope: A tree
  • Philyra: From lime tree, in Greek ‘Philyre’
  • Pomona: Derived from Latin ‘Pomus’
  • Pepper
  • Perry: From ‘Pear’
  • Phylis: From Greek word, means ‘Greenery’
  • Pinja: From pinija or ‘pine’
  • Pomona: From Latin ‘Pomus’ means ‘fruit tree’
  • Rima: A rainforest of South America
  • Ritva: Means a brunch of trees
  • Rosemary: A hurb
  • Rowan/Rowanne: Derived from Gaelic word means ‘Redberry’
  • Rue: A hurb
  • Sadira: ‘Lotus’ in the Persian language
  • Sage: A hurb with greyish-green leaves
  • Salidji: ‘Fruit tree’ in Egyptian language
  • Salvia: A hurb
  • Sakura: In Japanese language ‘Cherry flower’
  • Silvana/Silvia: Means ‘Forest’ in Italian language
  • Soshi/Sosha: From Bengali ‘cucumber’
  • Taimi: Means sapling in Finnish language
  • Tamara/Tamera/Tamiah/Tamarah/Tammy/Tammie: From Russian ‘Tamara’ Means ‘Palm’
  • Tansy: A hurb
  • Tuija: Means ‘cedar’
  • Tula/Tuli: From ‘cotton’ in Bangali
  • Vedonia: Vine branch
  • Verbena: A herbaceous plant with bright flower
  • Verona/Veronia/Veroni: From Vernon, means ‘place where alder grows’
  • Vonnie: From Evonne ‘Yew’
  • Yvette/Yvonne: Also derived from ‘yew’
  • Zetta: From Hebrew ‘Olive’

 

That’s all about plant names for girls. If you haven’t got the perfect one for your baby girl, check our article on water names for females. For baby boy names check flower names and powerful names. We have another article on female flower names where you will get names like Begonia, Dahlia, Camellia, Zinnia, Aster, Yarrow.

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