Flowers bring happiness, fragrance and beauty to our lives, just like our little ones. Flower names were first popular around the turn of the last century and have started to bloom in popularity again. Here are 12 names inspired by flowers:

Amaryllis

Amaryllis is a very colorful and showy flower  with lily-like flowers on leafless stalks. The meaning of the name Amaryllis is "to sparkle"

Dahlia

Dahlias are considered one of the most spectacular garden flowers. In the Victorian language of flowers, Dahlia denotes elegance and dignity.

Camellia

These creamy, fragrant roses are beloved for their incredibly gorgeous look and aroma.

Ren

In Japanese, the meaning of the name Ren is “lotus.” It's considered a name that could suit a boy or a girl.

Acacia

The Acacia flower is small but mighty. It’s a symbol for love, friendship and elegance.

Bluebell

The Bluebell is a delicate flower that looks dainty and smells divine.  Geri Halliwell famously named her daughter Bluebell.

Clover

Clover is a blossom that is also a symbol of prosperity and good luck.

Daisy

White, happy and full of life, Daisy is a sweet name for your little girl!

Violet

With its beautiful purplish-blue shade, the violet is one of the sweetest flowers that tends to grow in the wild.

Olive

The olive flower is dainty, white and resembles a star with its four petals.

Holly

Known for its red berries, the Holly tree produces white flowers first that then turn into berries during the holidays.

Ivy

English Ivy looks stunning on old brick houses. Its bloom is quite interesting with unique green flowers and tiny little yellow specks.