Nature is great and it always fill us with great inspiration and hope. It provides us the beautiful flowers, delicious fruit and ever grown plants. Nature is a cool source for dog names. Check out this collection of 96 unusual dog names inspired by the great nature.
Alfalfa: A perennial flowering plant.
Ash: The ash tree was common both in england and scandinavia.
Aspen: A common name for certain tree species.
Aster: A genus of flowering plants in the family asteraceae.
Bean: A common name for large plant seeds of several genera.
Berry: A small pulpy and often edible fruit such as strawberry, raspberry, or blueberry.
Birch: A broadleaved deciduous hardwood tree of the genus betula.
Briar: Thorny plant.
Brook: A brook, stream.
Buttercup: A bright yellow flowered plant.
Butternut: Juglans cinerea, commonly known as butternut or white walnut, is a species of walnut.
Cherry: The fruit of many plants of the genus prunus, and is a fleshy drupe.
Chili: The spicy fruit of plants in the genus capsicum.
Cinnamon: A warm brown-colored spice.
Clementine: A hybrid between a mediterranean citrus deliciosa and a sweet orange.
Cliff: A vertical, or near vertical, rock exposure.
Clover: A genus of small, trifoliate plants represents good luck.
Copper: Red-orange metal used as an electrical conductor and crafting material.
Cricket: Family gryllidae, also known as "true crickets."
Cypress: The name applied to many plants in the cypress family cupressaceae.
Daisy: A flower with a yellow disk and white rays.
Dawn: The first appearance of light, daybreak.
Dusty: Covered with dust from lack of motion.
Fern: A green shade-loving plant.
Fig: A genus of about 850 species of woody trees.
Fjord: A long, narrow inlet with steep sides or cliffs.
Flint: A type of hard rock, often dark grey or black in color.
Forest: An area with a high density of trees.
Foxy: Sly as a fox.
Freesia: A genus of herbaceous perennial flowering plants in the family iridaceae.
Ginger: The pungent root used as a spice.
Goji: The fruit of lycium barbarum.
Gold: A chemical element, a dense, soft, malleable and ductile metal with a bright yellow color.
Heather: A family of flowering plants found most commonly in acid and infertile growing conditions.
Herb: Any plants used for food, flavoring, medicine, or perfume.
Holly: A genus of 400 to 600 species of flowering plants in the family aquifoliaceae.
Honey: Sweet food made by bees using nectar from flowers.
Honeysuckle: Arching shrubs or twining bines in the family caprifoliaceae.
Huckleberry: A name used in north america for several plants in the family ericaceae.
Hyacinth: A small genus of bulbous flowering plants in the family asparagaceae.
Iris: A flower that blooms during the late spring, usually comes in bright shades of purple and gold.
Ivy: An evergreen climbing ornamental plant which represents fidelity and eternity.
Jasmine: A genus of shrubs and vines in the olive family.
Kiwi: The kiwifruit has a fibrous, dull greenish-brown skin and bright green or golden flesh with rows of tiny, black, edible seeds.
Lark: Passerine birds of the family alaudidae.
Laurel: A medium light hue of greenish gray similar to asparagus, but lighter.
Lilac: A light purple color typical of most lilac flowers.
Lily: Flower name, a symbol of innocence and purity as well as beauty.
Luna: A california redwood tree.
Magnolia: A large genus of about 210 flowering plant species.
Mango: Mango fruit is nutritionally rich with distinctive flavor, smell and taste.
Maple: A genus of trees or shrubs.
Marigold: The golden flower's name, which is a combination of mary and "gold".
Marina: A genus of legumes, known as the false prairie clovers.
Mercury: The smallest and closest to the sun of the eight planets.
Midnight: Intense darkness, the middle of the night.
Nutmeg: One of the two spices derived from several species of tree in the genus myristica.
Oakley: From the oak meadow.
Olive: A species of small tree in the family oleaceae, is also another shade of green.
Opal: A semiprecious iridescent gemstone, which reflects light in a dazzling display of colors.
Orchid: A family of flowering plants.
Orion: A prominent region of the night sky named after the hunter.
Pea: The small spherical seed or the seed-pod of the pod fruit pisum sativum.
Peanut: A species in the legume or bean family.
Pearl: A milky-colored gem produced within the soft tissue of a living shelled mollusc.
Peony: Flower name. as a chinese name motif, the peony signifies riches and honor.
Pepper: A spicy plant, and the color of pepper could be green, yellow or red.
Petunia: A humble-looking flower with white or pink blossoms.
Phoenix: A genus of 14 species of palms.
Pluto: A dwarf planet in the kuiper belt, a ring of bodies beyond neptune.
Poppy: A flowering plant, often grown for their colorful flowers.
Pumpkin: A pumpkin is round, with smooth, slightly ribbed skin and deep yellow to orange coloration.
Rain: The phenomenon as a name.
Reed: One of several tall, grass-like wetland plants of the order poales.
Ridge: A geological feature consisting of a chain of mountains or hills that form a continuous elevated crest for some distance.
Rose: Any of the wild or cultivated, usually prickly-stemmed, pinnate-leaved, showy-flowered shrubs of the genus rosa.
Ruby: A pink to blood-red colored gemstone.
Sierra: A chain of hills or mountains, the peaks of which suggest the teeth of a saw.
Sky: A clear cloudless day-time sky is blue.
Sprout: To put forth buds or shoots.
Star: Any of the heavenly bodies, except the moon, appearing as fixed luminous points in the sky at night.
Stone: A tough, unbreakable rock.
Storm: A heavy fall of rain, snow, or hail, or a violent outbreak of thunder and lightning, unaccompanied by strong winds.
Summer: The season between spring and autumn.
Sunny: Abounding in sunshine.
Sweetpea: Pea is the round, edible seed of a widely cultivated plant.
Tansy: Any of several composite plants of the genus tanacetum.
Tulip: One of the most unusual flower names.
Venus: The planet second in order from the sun.
Violet: The flower of any native, wild species of violet.
Wasabi: An asian plant, eutrema wasabi, of the mustard family.
West: The direction where the sun is seen to set.
Willow: Tree with narrow, lance-shaped leaves.
Woody: Abounding with wood.