When your baby name style runs a little left-of-centre of most people's traditional choices, you're definitely putting yourself in the firing line by asking for suggestions in a baby name forum.
Using the examples of 'Blossom' and 'Dolly' one mum has braved the Mumsnet forums asking for names in the same vein.
She writes, "Someone help I'm looking for the perfect baby name that is very unusual but very girly girl at the moment. I love blossom, Tallulah, Atlanta and Dolly but OH (Other Half) doesn't like any. Can you think of any other similar? I already have a Myla-Rose."
The first few responses don't seem to bode well for her, the first of which has a distinctly catty tone.
"Get a kitten. Call it one of those names. Then give your baby a real name."
She claps back hilariously with, "Got one thanks and it's already nicked one of my baby names 'Binxy.'"
Then come the tongue-in-cheek, outrageously-fanciful suggestions.
"Jemima-Trixibelle, Foofoo-Honeypie, Wynter-Lettice."
When the original poster responds yet again with humour - "My niece is called Wynter Rose so can't call her that..." - she shows she's genuine and can't be easily ruffled and the great and unusual suggestions start pouring in, along with plenty still poking fun at the OP.
We've whittled down the suggestions to make a list of the best of them, and many of them are nature names. Perhaps you'll find your unusual gem right here.