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Posted by neubauers on May 4, 2023 Uncategorized

Beautiful Botanical Names for Your Bundle of Joy or Fur Baby

Congratulations on your new arrival, be it a newborn or fur baby you’ve rescued! Now comes the work of naming your sweet bundle of joy, which is equal parts intuitive and daunting. We think the best way to start paring down your options is to consider botanical names that evoke nature’s majesty and splendor. Think tall trees, flowers in bloom, and bright green stalks raising themselves toward the light. Gorgeous, right? We here at Neubauer’s Flowers in Uniontown, Pennsylvania happen to agree, which is why we’ve put together a list of our favorite nature-inspired names. Options run the gamut, from classic and masculine to fancy and feminine and beyond. Which one will you select for the precious new member of your family?

Classic Masculine Baby Names

Some names are classic for a reason, including masculine-forward names that have stood the test of time. For example, the Greek and English origins of Christopher go back centuries, as does the name’s association with chrysanthemums. Another enduring masculine moniker is William; this Old English name calls to mind the petals of the Sweet William flower, AKA Dianthus. Then there’s Julian, like the stunning Julian Lily, with roots in both Greek and Latin. Just as the sun’s rays illuminate the natural beauty of the world, these names can illuminate the unique qualities and strengths of their bearers, casting a glow of confidence and charm upon them. 

Traditional Feminine Baby Names

While there is an abundance of nature names out there for baby girls, we’re especially fond of classic options that never go out of style, like the perennial favorite Lily. This English option brings to mind the unique petals of all kinds of lilies, as well as represents purity and innocence. Another old standby is Rose or Rosie, which reminds us of the most beloved flower of them all. We especially like how many variations of this global handle there are, too. Of course, there is also Holly, a British name that brings to mind the sweet and green shrub that’s often associated with the holidays. It’s also the moniker of the titular character in the classic film, Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Any of these will bestow beauty and charm upon their bearer.

Modern Masculine Baby Names

Traditional names are great for some, but others want a name for their baby or fur baby that helps them stand out. We’re fans of unique and modern monikers like Jasper, a Persian option that means “treasurer” in English. It also makes you think of Jasper flowers belonging to the primrose family. Or you can consider Heath, a robust English name that reminds us of stunning fields of heather flowers. You probably also recall the work of the late gifted actor, Heath Ledger — a one-of-a-kind talent. Another great English name is Linden, which stands tall like the Linden tree in full flower and bloom. It’s easy to see how contemporary charm can take botanical names to the next level.

Unique Feminine Baby Names

Everyone is a fan of the classics, which is why we love hearing all our favorite songs at parties. But sometimes you need to step outside the lines a bit, which is the case for those seeking unique feminine baby names. For example, Poppy is a pretty name with Latin roots that’s bold and exciting. When you close your eyes, you can see them in superblooms that bring endless color to the landscape. Iris is another moniker — this one with Greek roots — that brings bold color to the mind’s eye, this time all purple and yellow. And if you want to harness the power of trees for your baby girl, Willow is a pretty Old English name. It also conjures the gentle movement of willow trees moving and swaying in the gentle breeze. We love the eclectic flavor of each of these one-of-a-kind handles.

Fun Unisex Baby Names

Not every name is distinctly masculine or feminine, as some can be given to babies and fur babies of any gender. They’re just as beautiful and evocative of the splendor of nature, too. For one, Rowan is a sweet Irish name taken from the rowan tree, which blooms beautifully with red berries and delicate white blossoms. There’s Fox, too, which reminds us of the crafty animals that dart about. This Old English moniker is also connected to foxglove plants, which boast trumpet-shaped blooms that cascade in the breeze. If you want an option with Greek roots, Aster calls to mind the star-shaped buds it famously produces in springtime. All of these names are beautiful reminders of nature’s delights.

At Neubauer’s Flowers in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, we know that nature is more than just pretty petals and leaves: It’s a source of inspiration and wonder. So when you choose a name for your little one inspired by it, you’re creating a story that’s as unique and beautiful as a rare flower. It’s like watching a butterfly emerge from its cocoon; you’re witnessing the miracle of life and transformation and creating a bond that will last a lifetime.