It’s been announced today that Pippa Middleton has named her newborn daughter Rose.
The 38-year-old sister of Kate Middleton already has two children, Arthur (3) and Grace (1) with millionaire husband James Matthews.
Nature is perhaps on the mother’s mind as it’s also emerged she also plans to develop her 77 acre farm in a similar manner to Jeremy Clarkston’s Diddly Squat farm with plans for glamping, a farm shop and a restaurant.
It looks as if baby names after florals are back after a brief hiatus in which other nature names emerged like Ivy, River and Rain.
We’ve put together a list of whimsical, memorable baby names perfect for your little bud.
In Greek, this name means “thorny.”
This name takes after an evergreen that blooms yellow flowers.
This strong moniker is Old English for “from the oak meadow”
Amaryllis is in the same family as the popular lily flower.
With Latin roots, this name means “to sprout.”
This gorgeous Greek name means “cinnamon,” which is also the scent that the cassia plant emits—it’s sweet and spicy! This name can be pronounced as cass-ee-a, or as cash-a, like the cassia tree itself.
This is Japanese for “water lily”
This flowery name comes from the feathery-fronded plant that enjoys the shade.
Cool and edgy, Zinnia is of Latin origin, and the zinnia flower symbolizes remembrance. Roald Dahl knows a good name when he sees it—Zinnia Wormwood is the mother of Matilda in his famous novel of the same name; though she has a questionable personality, her name is pretty cool.
In Greek, this name means “violet flower.”
With English origins, this name means “a thorny patch.”
English for “spice” or “berry”
Meaning: ”One from the meadow farm”.
This pretty name is French for “alder tree” or Latin for “spring”
A variant of the English word “wild” can be seen used in the languages German and Danish
In Greek, this girls’ name means “daffodil.”
Japanese name that means “maple leaf”
This flower name has Greek origins and means “immortality.”
In Yiddish, this name means “rose” and “happy.”
This Lithuania name derives from an old rose plant that means “destiny.”