Flower Dog Names

Dog names inspired by flowers are appropriate for all kinds of dogs, big and small. If you love nature and flowers, here are some flower dog names to help you choose.

Flower Dog Names

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All Flower Dog Names

  • Alder is a type of tree known for its blossoms, making it a nature-inspired canine moniker.
  • This name is derived from a popular, vibrant plant often associated with the holiday season.
  • Anemone is a type of plant known for its beautiful, colorful blossoms.
  • Aput is derived from an Inuit term for snow, similar to a blossom's purity.
  • Water is essential for plant growth, linking the name to nature and blossoming.
  • This name is inspired by the bloom season of many plants during the astrological sign's period.
  • Ash
    Ash is inspired by the Ash tree, which blooms in spring.
  • Aspen is a type of tree known for its beautiful, white bark and delicate leaves.
  • Aster refers to a plant known for its bright, star-shaped blooms.
  • Astro is linked to Aster, a star-shaped bloom, hence its association with botanical-themed pet names.
  • This name is derived from a vibrant, spring-blooming plant often used in gardens.
  • Azalea is a type of plant known for its vibrant, colorful blooms.
  • Begonia is a popular plant, often used to name pets due to its beauty and charm.
  • This plant-inspired moniker stems from a perennial known for its bright, bell-shaped blooms.
  • Blossom refers to the bloom or peak of a plant, often associated with beauty and renewal.
  • Certain blooms, like hydrangeas or cornflowers, display this vibrant color.
  • Bluebell is a plant known for its vibrant, bell-shaped blooms, inspiring canine monikers.
  • Bramble refers to a prickly shrub that produces berries, often associated with nature and growth.
  • This name is inspired by a bright yellow, petal-filled plant.
  • Calendula is a plant species known for its bright, beautiful blooms.
  • Calla refers to a type of lily, making it a botanical-inspired canine moniker.
  • Cameo refers to a type of apple with a floral, sweet taste, linking it to botanical themes.
  • Capers are buds from a plant often used in cooking, linking the name to botanical themes.
  • Carnations are a popular, fragrant plant often associated with love and fascination.
  • Cedar trees produce cones, often mistaken for blossoms, inspiring this canine moniker.
  • Chestnut is linked to nature and growth, similar to blossoms.
  • Sunflowers are often seen as leaders, symbolizing the role of a head or boss.
  • Clementines are a type of citrus fruit, often associated with blossoms due to their fragrant blooms.
  • Clover represents a plant species often admired for its pretty, petal-like leaves.
  • Colt is linked to the botanical world, specifically to the young, unopened buds of plants.
  • Its hue resembles certain blossoms like marigolds or sunflowers.
  • Crickets are often associated with fields and meadows, where blooms are abundant.
  • Crocus is a plant known for its vibrant, colorful blooms, making it a fitting moniker for a pet.
  • Resembles the clear, delicate beauty often associated with blossoms.
  • Cypress is a type of plant, often associated with nature and beauty.
  • This name is inspired by a bright, yellow springtime bloom often associated with cheerfulness.
  • Dahlia is a popular botanical term often used for naming pets.
  • Daisies are a popular plant, often inspiring pet names due to their beauty and simplicity.
  • This name is derived from a type of rose known as Rosa 'Dakota'.
  • Dandelion is a plant known for its bright yellow blooms, often seen in fields and gardens.
  • Delphinium is a plant known for its vibrant, petal-filled blooms, inspiring pet owners.
  • Dew
    Morning moisture on petals often gets referred to as "dew".
  • Evening blooming plants often open at this time, linking the name to nature.
  • Echo is a nymph from Greek mythology associated with nature and plants.
  • Elm
    Elm is a type of tree, often associated with nature and growth, similar to blossoms.
  • Embers resemble the vibrant, fiery colors often seen in blossoms.
  • This name is inspired by the Edelweiss, a plant known for thriving at high altitudes.
  • Ferns are plants often found in gardens, inspiring this botanical canine moniker.
  • Flora refers to plant life, often associated with blossoms and blooms.
  • Woodlands often have blossoming plants, linking the name to nature and blooms.
  • This name is derived from a vibrant, yellow-blooming shrub popular in gardening.
  • This plant-inspired moniker stems from a beautiful, bell-shaped perennial often found in gardens.
  • This name is derived from a brightly colored, fragrant plant often used in bouquets.
  • Gaia represents Earth in Greek mythology, often symbolizing growth and nature, similar to blossoms.
  • Gardenia is a plant known for its beautiful, fragrant blooms, making it a fitting canine moniker.
  • Geranium is a popular plant, often inspiring pet owners to name their dogs after it.
  • Gerbera is a type of daisy, making it a fitting name for a pet.
  • This name is inspired by a plant that blooms with vibrant, fragrant blossoms.
  • Morning glories are popular plants, associating the name with botanical themes.
  • Harmony signifies balance and peace, similar to the tranquility often associated with blossoming plants.
  • Hazel is a plant with vibrant, yellow blooms, inspiring its use as a canine moniker.
  • Heather refers to a plant known for its small, pinkish-purple blooms, making it a botanical-inspired canine moniker.
  • Herbs are plants, often used in cooking, and many have blossoming blooms.
  • This name is inspired by a vibrant, tropical plant often used in landscaping.
  • Holly is a plant with red berries often used in Christmas decorations.
  • This name is derived from a sweet-smelling, nectar-producing plant.
  • Hyacinth is a popular plant, often used to name pets for its vibrant colors and sweet scent.
  • Ice
    Frost often forms on petals, creating a beautiful, icy appearance.
  • Indigo is a plant known for its vibrant blue dye.
  • Iris refers to a colorful, perennial plant often used in gardens.
  • Isle refers to a type of rose, the Rosa 'Isle de France'.
  • Ivy
    Ivy is a plant-inspired moniker, often used for pets due to its natural, botanical connotations.
  • Jade is a green gemstone, often associated with plants and nature, similar to floral names.
  • Jasmine is derived from a fragrant, beautiful plant often used in perfumes.
  • Jessamine refers to a plant known for its fragrant, beautiful blooms, making it a botanical-inspired canine moniker.
  • Laurel refers to a plant with shiny evergreen leaves, often used in wreaths.
  • This name is inspired by a fragrant, purple plant often used in aromatherapy.
  • Leaves are a vital part of plants, including blossoms.
  • Lilac is a plant known for its fragrant, purple blooms, often inspiring pet names.
  • Lilies are a type of plant often associated with beauty and purity, making it a popular choice for pet names.
  • This name is inspired by a beautiful, water-based plant often used in spiritual symbolism.
  • It's inspired by the moonflower, a bloom that opens at night.
  • Lupin is named after a plant often seen in gardens.
  • Magnolia refers to a plant known for its large, fragrant blossoms.
  • Mala translates to "garland" in Sanskrit, often made from blossoms.
  • Maple trees are known for their vibrant, colorful leaves, reminiscent of blossoms.
  • Marguerite is a type of daisy, making it a nature-inspired choice for a pet.
  • Marigold is a plant known for its vibrant, golden blooms, making it a popular choice for pet names.
  • Marina is a type of plant, making it a nature-inspired choice for a pet's name.
  • Meadows are often filled with various blossoming plants, inspiring this canine moniker.
  • Black blooms often bloom or are most fragrant during nighttime hours.
  • Mimosa is a plant known for its bright, fluffy, yellow blooms.
  • Misty is often associated with dewy mornings and delicate blooms in a garden.
  • Dawn often symbolizes blossoming and renewal, traits associated with blooms.
  • Myrtle is a type of plant often associated with love and peace.
  • Nessie is derived from "nasturtium," a type of plant.
  • This name is derived from a genus of plants known for their vibrant blooms.
  • Refers to the North Star, often associated with the bloom of the Night-Blooming Cereus.
  • Olive branches symbolize peace, making it a nature-inspired moniker.
  • Orion is linked to Greek mythology, where he's associated with Hyacinth, a plant.
  • Pansy is a popular plant often used in gardens, making it a nature-inspired choice for a pet's name.
  • This name is inspired by a popular, beautiful plant often kept indoors.
  • Pearls are often associated with the purity and elegance of blossoms.
  • Peony is a popular plant often used to name pets due to its beauty and elegance.
  • Petal refers to the colorful parts of a plant, often associated with beauty and delicacy, like many dogs.
  • Petunia is a popular plant often used in gardening, making it a nature-inspired choice for a canine companion.
  • Disney named Mickey Mouse's pet after the Roman god of the underworld, symbolized by the blooming narcissus.
  • Poplar is a type of tree known for its beautiful blossoms, inspiring pet names.
  • Poppy is a plant known for its vibrant, colorful blooms, often associated with canine monikers.
  • Primrose is a plant, making it a nature-inspired choice for a canine moniker.
  • Vibrant hues found in both blossoms and spectral arcs inspire this canine moniker.
  • Dew on petals often resembles falling droplets, linking the name to nature's beauty.
  • Ranunculus is a botanical term, referring to a genus of colorful, blooming plants.
  • Water bodies often symbolize growth and life, similar to botanical elements.
  • This name is inspired by a popular, beautiful bloom often associated with love and elegance.
  • Sage is a plant often used in gardens, giving it a botanical connection.
  • This name is inspired by the blue hue often found in blooms like morning glories or cornflowers.
  • This name reflects a vast, open landscape abundant with colorful, blooming plants.
  • This name references a vibrant red hue often found in blossoms.
  • Scout is linked to nature, similar to blossoms, symbolizing exploration and discovery.
  • Darkness cast by plants in sunlight is often referred to by this term.
  • Snapdragons are vibrant plants, often inspiring pet names due to their unique and colorful appearance.
  • Snowdrop is a plant known for its small, white, bell-shaped blooms.
  • Sol
    Sunflowers are often associated with this Spanish term for sun.
  • This season is known for blossoming plants and vibrant growth.
  • Stella translates to "star" in Latin, often associated with the star-shaped blossoms of many plants.
  • Many blooms are at their peak during this warm, sunny season.
  • This name reflects a bright, cheerful plant often associated with warmth and happiness.
  • Sunshine is essential for plant growth, making it a botanical-themed canine moniker.
  • Terra refers to earth or soil, where plants, including blossoms, grow.
  • Resembling a golden-yellow gemstone, it mirrors the vibrant hue of many blossoms.
  • This name is derived from a fragrant, night-blooming plant often used in perfumes.
  • Tulip is a popular plant often associated with beauty and elegance, making it a fitting canine moniker.
  • It's named after a plant, the Venus flytrap.
  • Viola refers to a genus of flowering plants, making it a botanical-inspired canine moniker.
  • Violet is a popular plant, often associated with its vibrant purple blooms.
  • Vixen is associated with the foxglove plant, often linked to foxes.
  • Refers to the Western Wallflower, a plant species.
  • Willows are plants, often associated with beauty and grace, making it a popular choice for pet names.
  • Seasonal blooms like snowdrops and hellebores often inspire canine monikers.
  • Wrens are small birds often associated with nature and gardens, similar to floral themes.
  • Zinnia is derived from a colorful and popular plant often found in gardens.

Flower Dog Names meaning Flower

Staying on the flower theme, these names mean flower or are in some way related to the word.

Meaning: flower
Meaning: Flower
Meaning: Flower
Meaning: Flowering
Meaning: flower
Meaning: flower
Meaning: Flower
Far
Meaning: flower
Meaning: Flower
Meaning: Flower
Hua
Meaning: Flower
Meaning: Flower

Spring Dog Names

Spring means new beginnings, and it's a beautiful time for the natural world. Set your pup up for life with one of these excellent spring dog names.

Meaning: A flower in mythology
Meaning: Traveller By The Ford
Meaning: Resurrection
Meaning: lie adjacent to another or share a boundary
Meaning: Fat Tuesday celebration.
Meaning: Gift of God's grace.
Meaning: Army Bright
Meaning: a larval frog or toad
Meaning: Feminine variant of Aviv.
Meaning: Meaning unknown. Laverna was the Roman goddess of thieves and thievery.
Meaning: Irish variant and Finnish form of Úna.
Meaning: any of numerous plants of the orchid family usually having flowers of unusual shapes and beautiful colors

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How popular are Flower Dog Names?

Flower Dog Names currently rank in 44th place out of all PupNames.com categories.

As of June 2024, flower dog names are trending down with new puppy owners. Our stats suggest that they are less fashionable than they were at this time last year.

We've seen quite a lot of variation for this category, which suggests its popularity could be seasonal or based on cultural events.

Which are the cutest and most unique Flower Dog Names?

These flower dog names range from cute to badass, and from traditional to unique. Click each circle to see the name.

Pansy is among the cutest of these. If you prefer tougher, edgier dog names, the one considered the most badass is Dusk.

Nolana scored high for its uniqueness, which would help your dog to stand out. But if you prefer more common, old-fashioned names, the more traditional option here is Daisy.

How does interest compare across the United States for Flower Dog Names?

The map below compares each state by the number of people browsing Flower Dog Names.

The states that love flower dog names the most are South Dakota, District of Columbia and Michigan.

The least amount of interest in this category was registered in Hawaii, West Virginia and Vermont.

Which countries have the most love for Flower Dog Names?

Here's a world map showing the popularity in each country of flower dog names.

Who'd have thought?! Some of the countries you might not have thought about that LOVE flower dog names are Oman, Curacao and Macao.

On the flip, PupNames data shows there's not much interest in Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Kenya.

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August 28, 2022

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