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Yes! You heard it right. Why only stick the names to a baby girl when you could also name your little baby boy using flower names for boys?
It’s almost spring! We are surrounded by beautiful flowers, what better inspiration than the environment? The brutal winter has passed, you’ve started experiencing the temperatures in double digits, the bright and warm sun is out, the home garden flowers are blooming, and your handsome boy in your arms-warm and contained. What to name the baby? Should it be a Greek origin or a Latin origin? Is it better to have a unisex name instead?
To help you pick the best flower names for boys, we at Parenthood Bliss have curated this article with the best 60 unique flower names for baby boys. Let’s dive in.
60 Best Flower Names for Boys
Listed below are the best picks for flower names for boys:
- Allium – It means a colorful round flower that falls into the same group as garlic and onions
- Antonio – This Greek word literally means Flower
- Aster – A cute baby name from a flowering plant with thin petals, originated from Greek and means ‘star’
- Azalea – This baby boy flower name is one that loves the shade
- Balsam – Also known as the touch-me-not plant, these have incredibly cute little flowers, a perfect match for your baby boy
- Clem – Also known as the leather flower, this name for your baby is assured to enhance the softness of the little munchkin
- Clover – Clover or Trifolium translates to three leaves and is originated from Latin
- Cosmos – A beautiful pink flower which also means ‘universe.’
- Crocus – This baby boy name means a purple flower that produces the most expensive spice – Saffron
- Dahlia – Dahlia is a name that is widely used in Mexico and America
- Daisy – Mostly induces in the names for girls, Daisy can also be used for baby boys. This English name is widely used in North America
- Freesia – This baby name for boys symbolizes ‘innocence’
- Geranium – This name is gaining popularity and is the cutest amongst all baby boy names
- Heath – This little flower name can also translate as a girl name – Heather
- Iris – A name for boys and girls, this beautiful flower is also a part of the eye
- Lavender – This is a purple flower that is popularly known for its fragrance
- Lily – The word ‘Lily’ is also used commonly for many plants that resemble true lilies
- Mallow – One of the cutest baby names that you can choose to name your little boy
- Marigold – This vibrant orange flower is unique and is one of the classiest floral names for your little munchkin
- Mazus – This name is inspired by an adorable flower
- Narcissus – Originated from Greek, it is where the word Narcissism comes from
- Orchid – This is a sweet baby name that includes the asparagus and iris in their families too
- Primrose – A name that is popularly used due to its presence in a book and The Hunger Game series
- Ren – Ren is a kind of Orchid and was originally known as Renanthera
- Sedum – Or ‘Autumn Joy’ is a cute baby boy name
- Tlip – This name refers to the most popular flower on the planet!
- Valerian – This plant has a sweet scent and makes a cute baby boy name
- Vervain – You might remember Vervain from the Vampire Diaries. They are tiny little flowers that bloom in bunches and make an interesting name for your baby boy
- Yarrow – These white flowers grow in North America and Europe
- Zephyr – It was originally known as ‘Zephyranthes’
- Fiore – It is an Italian translation for ‘Flower’
- Fiorello – It means ‘little flowers’ in Italian and makes a cute name for your little baby boy
- Fleur – A french name for ‘flower’
- Florent – Name that means ‘flowering’ and is originated from Latin
- Florentine – These blue flowers are another form of Florent
- Florian – Means ‘Rose’ or ‘Flower’ in Latin
- Flos – These bush flowers are originated from Latin
- Mawar – Meaning ‘flower’ in Indonesian translation, this name for baby boy is extremely cute and adorable
- Pua – Originated by the Hawaiian origin, means flower and is a cute baby boy name
- Trandafir – Translates to ‘rose’ in Romanian
- Ward – Means ‘Rose’ in the Arab language
- Acacia – This flowering plant is mostly grown in Australia, can be found anywhere across the globe
- Alyssum – Is mostly found in the Mediterranean area and is a popular boy name
- Borage – Also known as the ‘starflower,’ this flower has a beautiful electric blue color
- Camellia – It is mostly grown in Eastern and Southern Asia and makes a unique name for a baby boy
- Dandelion – A beautiful, healthy, and popularly found flower, makes an attractive baby boy name
- Lotus – As unique as it sounds, it represents ‘rebirth’ and is a beautiful baby boy name
- Oxalis – This flower grows across the world
- Aconite – Also known as the Wolfbane, it is widely used in most movies and myths
- Anemone – Or, Wildflower, it grows mostly in North America and is a unique baby boy name
- Archangel – both and Angel and flower, it makes an attractive name for a baby boy
- Bloom – Ironically, when looking for the perfect name for the bloom season, the word itself is a perfect baby boy name!
- Bugloss – also known as ‘Viper-Bugloss,’ attracts honey bees unlike most on the list
- Chicory – This blue flower is quite versatile as it can be used in salads too, and has a familiar taste as of regular coffee
- Coffee – Speaking of coffee, we’re sure coffee lovers would love to name their baby boys with their favorite beverage
- Coleus – This flower has numerous health benefits their way
- Indigo – Flower and a color? How unique could a baby boy’s name be?
- Jonquil – These flowers are widely used in perfumes and make an adorable baby boy name
- Moon – Yes, you heard it right! Moon is a perfectly unique baby boy name
- Spring – To end the list, why not name the little handsome after the season?
Choosing a name for boys or a name for girls could be quite a task for all new parents. As baby names not only mean that they will be called out using the title but tends to still be with them forever. This thought tends to put a lot of pressure on the minds of most parents, for both, girls and boys.
Therefore, we hope that the list above, specially curated for baby boys has helped you take loads off your shoulder and has encouraged you to pick a floral name, be it one that symbolizes the bright yellow flowers or the golden flower of spring or the purple flowers, originated from a Greek/Greek mythology, a Latin name or a French word, a suitable name for your beautiful baby is all that counts.