You can find baby name inspiration for your little love bug anywhere, especially in nature. There are so many routes you can take, whether it’s a name of a specific tree or flower or a name with a nature definition, like Kamala, for example, meaning “lotus” or “garden.”

Seasons are often associated with nature, lending inspiration for names like Winter, Spring, Summer, and Autumn, or names representing the likes of seasonal nature like Bianca, Neva, and Eirwen which all mean “white” or “snow.”

If you want to go with a month that reminds you of your favorite type of weather or nature activity then maybe you’ll like the names April, May, June, or Augustin (variation of August).

Similarly, names such as Rocky, Sandy, River, Wilder, Sierra, and Cliff are all nods to nature elements.

The great outdoors is filled with ideas for possible names and nicknames. For more, sift through the lists below—inspired by different aspects of nature like flowers, trees, plants, and herbs.


  1. Violet
  2. Freesia
  3. Dahlia
  4. Hyacinth
  5. Rose
  6. Iris
  7. Jasmine
  8. Primrose
  9. Meadow
  10. Daisy
  11. Lily
  12. Marigold
  13. Chrysanthemum
  14. Petunia
  15. Moss

Tree or plant-Inspired

  1. Cedar
  2. Jade
  3. Holly
  4. Fern
  5. (Bay) Laurel
  6. Maple
  7. Forrest
  8. Clove
  9. Olive (oil)
  10. Hazel
  11. Ash
  12. Dragon
  13. Cypress
  14. (White) Oak
  15. (Weeping) Willow
  16. Hawthorn
  17. Ivy


    1. Chive
    2. Basil
    3. Rosemary
    4. Lavender
    5. Thyme
    6. Dill
    7. Sage
    8. Ginger
    9. Lemon(grass)
    10. Saffron