Ever popular and enchanting, these names are a delight.
They’re pretty, easy on the tongue, attractive to the spirit.
It’s almost impossible to go wrong with these cat names – and there is a bunch of choice!
From fruits and trees, to fields and harvest. Exotic plants and flowers all welcome. Don’t throw away your gardening magazines – they may be all the inspiration you need!
Beautiful Flower Cat Names for Girls
Blossom, Fleur – or maybe Angelica?
Flower cat names:
Arista’s Latin origins tell of the harvest with reference to an ear of corn. Also the name of a famous record label, Arista has a fresh, crisp feel to add to her musical associations.
They belong to the onion family. It is a cut flower that blooms into a cluster of globe shaped flowers at the end of the stem and blooms in early spring.
Meaning “apple”, Avalon name also refers to King Arthur’s final resting place.
Peach blossom, cherry, apple, orange – this name is fruity, fragrant and flowery all at the same time.
Bryony is a crawling vine with poisonous yet medicinal properties. Centuries ago, white bryony was used as a cure for leprosy, and today is used as a homeopathic remedy for a variety of complaints.
This is an old fashioned flower that belongs to the Theaceae family. This is an old-fashioned flower with glossy green foliage and fragrant flowers. These lightly scented flowers range from shades of red to pink to white.
A name with Greek origins that refers to a blooming plant or a growing shoot. In the UK, Chloe was queen for six years, finally relinquishing her hold on the top spot in 2003.
Dahlias are versatile, luscious and sensual flowers that grow without much care and maintenance. The Dahlia flower has leafy stems and the flower is globe-like containing numerous ray petals. These impressive flowers require abundant sunlight.
An Irish name, meaning “kernel”, Enya originates from the name Eithne. Also the name of a famous Irish musician.
This is a perennial favored for its exotic and showy flowers. This is an easy-to-grow, graceful and attractive species which makes great cut flowers. The flower is subtended by two leathery green bracts with the sepals and the petals almost identical in nature. They are also known as the sword lily.
This high fragrant flower is a member of the lily family. They have glossy green strap-like leaves with star-like fragrant flowers that bloom in dense clusters. They boom during the spring and summer season.
The iris flower which belongs to the Iridaceae family is fan-shaped and has six blooming flowers. They are delicate and resilient and bloom in spring.
French for “flower” with the diminutive Fleurette, this is a pretty, feminine name. In the same bouquet, Flora, meaning “flowering” is the Roman goddess of spring, and has a slightly stronger feel.
This dramatic bell shaped tubular flower with distinctive spotted or speckled throats bloom in mid-summer.
Jasmine’s sweet scents are appreciated in tea as well as perfume. Elegant and timeless.
This is a flowering perennial with scarlet to red dome shaped flowers in dense clusters. It is also known as the Keys to Heaven or Red Valerian. They begin to bloom in late spring to midsummer.
These yellow button-like flowers are the prettiest spring features and at peak bloom polka-dot the plant to create a stunning look. This vigorous, deciduous spring blooming shrub in valued for its bright yellow colored flowers.
This is a perennial herb that features attractive foliage and beautiful flowers with rich fragrance. These intensely perfumed blue-violet, mauve or white flowers are dried for making potpourri. These aromatic flowers are also highly resistant to drought.
With her origins in the Persian form of Margaret, meaning “pearl” or “child of light”, Marguerite is the French name for a daisy.
They bloom from mid-summer to winter, with glorious flowers in colors of brilliant yellow and bold orange.
This is a truly eye-catching flower with a strong scent and belongs to the daffodil family. This bulbous perennial with the appearance of yellow daffodils heralds the onset of spring. They are usually yellow or white with a narrow tubular base and accented with contrasting trumpets or centers.
From the Latin for “olive tree”, Olivia is smooth and classy and very, very popular name.
These fragrant flowers that bloom from summer to autumn range from shades of apricot, copper, pink, yellow to white depending upon the variety. Though the flowers are fragrant they are considered as one of the world’s most highly poisonous flower. Ingestion can prove fatal.
Originally a short form of Josephine, surprisingly enough, but now very much a flower name.
Another name of Latin origin, meaning “first rose.” More rosy names include, of course, Rosy, Rosaleen, with Irish origin meaning “little rose” and Rosalyn or Rosalind. Not forgetting Rose herself, of course!
Queen Anne’s Lace
They are typically white and feature large branching umbels that have a lacy appearance. These elegant white lacy flowers are relatively short-lived. However these beautiful flowers are widely used by the florists.
Rose of Sharon
This is a deciduous flowering shrub that blooms in late summer to fall. These beautiful cup-shaped flowers range from shades of blue, lavender, pink to white depending upon the variety. This species of flowering plant is highly valued across the globe.
This flower resembles the face of a dragon. They have stalks of brightly colored flowers that bloom throughout the summer. They are intensely colored with a magnificent look.
Tamara is a Hebrew name, meaning “palm tree.”
The Bell Flower
It is the common name for a family of bell shaped flowers called Campanula. They bloom from late spring to early summer in shades of blue, lavender and white. It has five petals and they are fused together with the tips rounded, pointed or flared. Some are upright bells while others droop.
One of the first signs of spring is the blooming of tulips. They have six petals and the colors include white, yellow, pink, peach, orange, red and lavender.
This is a medicinal and ornamental flower that grows in sunny to lightly shaded areas. They provide a wild flower look and develop clusters of yellow, white, pink to salmon colored flowers.
They are also known as the Periwinkle and features glossy dark green leaves with blue or white colored flowers. They bloom profusely in spring and continue to bloom consistently throughout the summer.
Uvularia is showy yellow colored wild flower that adapts easily. This is a delicate, narrow bell-shaped flower that droops downwards. Each petal is slightly twisted which adds to the charm and elegance of these flowers. They bloom from spring to summer. Great name for a yellow kitten that easily adapts to a new home.
This tree Produce soft, fuzzy buds on the bare twigs call Pussy. Gentle pussy willow buds are one of the first sign of spring.
This is a climbing vine and famous for its hanging clusters of beautiful fragrant flowers. They are prolific bloomers in summer and put up a gorgeous display. These flowers hang dramatically in clusters in shades of purple, pink and white.
This is an evergreen perennial flower found in Australia. They are characterized by long, narrow leaves and spear-like creamy white flowers. Can be unusual name for white cat.
They are available in almost all shades except blue. They bloom from summer until winter and attract birds and butterflies. The best name for indoor or outdoor cat who love to look or catch birds or butterflies.
Sweet and Simple Cat Names
These names get straight to the point.
How about some spicier alternatives such as Cinnamon, Caraway or Ginger? You could find further inspiration in your kitchen cupboard or favorite cookery book! Meanwhile, here’s a selection of herby cat names for girls:
- Aloe (and of course Vera!)
Fruity Names are Bright and Breezy…
Cherry (or her French counterpart Cerise), Apple, Plum. Strawberry, Tamarind, Peach. Just be careful where you go with this one!
Cat Names inspired by “Berries from a Bush”
The Berries are tiny, colorful fruits, they do best in full sun. You can name your cat who loves sunbathing and hiding in the bushes with some cute name inspired by berries.
- Blackberry (Rubus)
- Blackthorn (Sloe)
Other simple garden first names…
Include Clover, Fern, Hazel and Holly. Marigold, Violet, Lily and Heather? Ivy? It’s time to turn this one over to you!