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Nature baby names come from several categories: flower names, tree names, water, weather, and animal names. The popularity of nature names has risen along with the green movement, which has made us more appreciative of all things connected with nature. We have also seen a rise in nature baby names as parents look for names beyond the usual first name boundaries. Here are some of the coolest nature baby names for girls and boys today.
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  • Arbor

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    Arbor is an original unisex tree-related choice we're sure to hear more of. Highly unusual now, Arbor takes its place alongside other new arborial names ranging from the mighty Oak (or Oakley) to ... Read More 

  • Ash

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    Ash has Southern charm plus the arboreal-nature appeal. Plus your little boy will prize Ash as the name of the hero of the "Pokemon" cartoons. Ash can also be a dashing short form of Asher, Ashton,... Read More 

  • Aspen

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    Aspen is the name of a graceful tree in the poplar family with heart-shaped leaves so delicate they quiver in the gentlest breeze, as well as the name of a trendy Colorado ski resort. Aspen started... Read More 

  • Avis

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    Avis is a bird name that's been in hibernation for awhile, possibly due to the car rental association, but it could make a return on the wings of Ava. Baldwin brother Daniel chose it for his daught... Read More 

  • Azalea

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    Azalea is one of the fresher flower names, along with Zinnia and Lilac, that are new to the name bouquet--in fact she just entered the Social Security list for the first time in 2012. So if Lily a... Read More 

  • Bay

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    Like River and Lake, a cool, refreshing modern water-related choice.  Read More 

  • Beach

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    With the tide coming in on a new wave of word names, this one just might catch on, especially for parents who relish sun, sand, and surf. Forest lovers can spell it Beech, like the tree.  Read More 

  • Birch

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    Birch is a rarely used nature name that calls to mind the lovely image of the tall, strong but graceful white-barked tree. The best known bearer of the name is former high-ranking Democratic Sena... Read More 

  • Blossom

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    Now that parents have picked virtually every name in the garden, from the common Rose to the exotic Zinnia, some are reconsidering the old, more generic names like Flora and Posy and Blossom-- whic... Read More 

  • Briar

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    Fairy-tale memories of "Sleeping Beauty" inspire some parents to call their daughters Briar Rose. Read More 

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