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Eccentric Botanical Names for Girls

The non-traditional flower names, so no Rose and no Lily. This list includes some arboreal names. These are flower names ramped up and on edge almost to the point of not usable. - Created by vintageluvs

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  • Acacia

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Amaranth

  • Amarantha

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Amaryllis

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Ambrosia

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Amidala

    from Italian, meaning

  • Anemone

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Anise

  • Anthea

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Artemisia

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Aster

    from English, meaning

  • Azalea

    symbolizes temperance

  • Acanthus

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Actaea

    from the Greek ἁκτή, meaning

  • Agathaea

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Agave

    from Greek, meaning

  • Agrostemma

  • Airelle

    from French, meaning

  • Alyssum

  • Ancolie

    from French, meaning

  • Aquilegia

    from medieval Latin, probably meaning

  • Armoise

    from French, meaning

  • Aulne

    from French, meaning

  • Avanen

    from Cornish, meaning

  • Avens

    from Old French

  • Begonia

  • Belladonna

    from Italian, meaning

  • Berenice

  • Betula

  • Blodwen

    from Welsh, meaning

  • Blossom

  • Bluebell

    symbolizes constancy

  • Bluma

    from Hebrew, meaning

  • Briallen

    from Welsh, meaning

  • Briar

  • Bryony

    from Latin, meaning

  • Buttercup

  • Banallan

    from Cornish, meaning

  • Beesia

  • Belladonne

    French name for

  • Benoîte

    French name for

  • Blaanid

    from Manx, meaning

  • Blancheflor

    from the French, meaning

  • Blodeuedd

    from Welsh, meaning

  • Blodyn

    from Welsh, meaning

  • Bluebottle

  • Bláithín

    from Irish, meaning

  • Bryluen

    from the Cornish, meaning

  • Caja

    from Cornish, meaning

  • Calantha

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Calla

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Camellia

    symbolizes unpretending excellence

  • Chardon

    from the French, meaning

  • Chrysanthemum

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Clematis

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Cliantha

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Clover

    symbolizes industrious (red) and think of me (white)

  • Columbine

  • Cynara

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Cyrilla

  • Caesia

  • Calathea

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Calendula

  • Calliandra

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Callianthemum

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Calliopsis

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Callisia

    from the Greek καλλον (kallos), meaning

  • Calluna

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Cassiope

    from Greek mythology

  • Celosia

  • Celynnen

    from Welsh, meaning

  • Cerinthe

  • Cevallia

  • Chamomile

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Chervis

    French name for skirret

  • Chimaphila

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Citrodora

    from the Latin, meaning

  • Clarkia

  • Cleome

  • Coquelicot

    from the French, meaning

  • Coriandre

    from the French, meaning

  • Cornflower

  • Corydalis

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Crinllys

    from Welsh, meaning

  • Cyanella

    derived from the Greek κυανός (kyanos), meaning

  • Daffodil

  • Dahlia

    symbolizes dignity and elegance

  • Daisy

    from English, meaning

  • Dilwen

    from Welsh, meaning

  • Daboecia

    from the Irish saint Dabheog

  • Dalea

  • Deinanthe

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Delen

    from Cornish, meaning

  • Delphinium

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Delphinius

  • Derowen

    from Cornish, meaning

  • Dianthus

  • Diosma

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Eglantine

    from the French, meaning

  • Eirin

    from Welsh, meaning

  • Eirlys

    from Welsh, meaning

  • Eithne

    from Irish, meaning

  • Elestren

    from Cornish, meaning

  • Elis

    from Turkish, meaning a type of flower

  • Elodea

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Elowen

    from Cornish, meaning

  • Embla

    from Swedish, meaning

  • Erica

  • Evanthe

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Eirys

    from Welsh, meaning

  • Elatine

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Elliottia

  • Eranthis

  • Ergül

    from Turkish, meaning

  • Erik

    from Turkish, meaning

  • Eucharis

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Eurybia

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Euthamia

    from the Greek

  • Evoren

    from Cornish, meaning

  • Felicia

    from Latin, meaning

  • Ffiona

    Welsh name for

  • Fflur

    from Welsh, meaning

  • Fig

  • Forsythia

  • Freesia

  • Fuchsia

    symbolizes taste

  • Fiege

    from Yiddish, meaning

  • Filiz

    from Turkish, meaning

  • Firdevs

    from Turkish, meaning

  • Foxglove

  • Frangipani

  • Fíona

    from Irish, meaning

  • Gardenia

  • Geranium

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Gwenith

    from Welsh, meaning

  • Gaillardia

  • Genévrier

    French name for

  • Gladiolus

    from Latin, meaning

  • Gloriosa

    from Latin, meaning

  • Godetia

  • Goldenrod

  • Gráinne

    from Irish, meaning

  • Gwenonwy

    from Welsh, meaning

  • Gwlithen

    from Welsh, meaning

  • Gwyddfid

    from Welsh, meaning

  • Harmonia

  • Hazel

    symbolizes reconciliation

  • Helin

    from Quenya, meaning

  • Heliotrope

    from the Greek, meaning

  • Holly

    symbolizes foresight

  • Hortensia

    from the French, meaning

  • Hyacinth

    from the Greek; symbolizes sports, game, and play

  • Hepatica

    from medieval Latin, meaning liver

  • Hollyhock

  • Hydrangea

  • Indigo

  • Larkspur

  • Lavender

  • Lilac

  • Linnea

  • Linaria

  • Lobelia

  • Lupine

  • Marigold

  • Mignonette

  • Monarda

  • Nigella

  • Nicotiana

  • Pansy

  • Peony

  • Petal

  • Petunia

  • Poppy

  • Posy

  • Primrose

  • Penstemon

  • Phacelia

  • Phlox

  • Rudbeckia

  • Salvia

  • Salpiglossis

  • Snapdragon

  • Sunflower

  • Sweetpea

  • Viola

  • Violet

  • Yarrow

  • Zinnea

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