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  1. #6
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    Clementine was the first name that popped into my mind! There's still a subtle nature connection. If you would go for a distinctly floral name I quite like pp's suggestion of Lilac.

  2. #8
    Daisy or maybe Flora

  3. #10
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    England 1900s

    Rosina Millicent, Maud Gwendoline, Ella Marjorie, Edna Caroline, Alice Dorothy, Rose Amelia, Mabel Jean

    Nancy Blanche, Iris Barbara, Elsie Winifred, Nora Kathleen, Violet Eileen, Laura Nellie, Jessie Lillian

    Florence Harriet, Eliza Phyllis, Ida Kate, Minnie May, Ada Miriam, Clara Muriel, Mary Isabella

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  5. #14
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    I think Lavender and Lilac are especially great suggestions!

    Dahlia was the first name that sprang to mind for me.
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