These palm tree captions for Instagram will provide the perfect text to accompany your next post. If you are currently taking awesome photos in paradise then enjoy using one of these palm tree quotes to describe the moment.
Palm tree puns are a great way to add some humor to your images and keep the post light-hearted. Let us know in the comments which of these palm tree sayings is your favorite!
Palm Tree Captions for Instagram
Keep palm and carry on.
I want to be where the palm trees are.
Even the sun sets in paradise.
Here for the palm trees.
The sound of palm trees in the wind makes me smile.
“Grow as a palm tree on God’s Mount Zion; howbeit shaken with winds, yet the root is fast.” — Samuel Rutherford
Chasing palm trees.
Official palm tree hugger.
Palm trees are growin’ and a warm breeze a-blowing. I picture myself right there, on some beach, somewhere.
“Underneath the palm trees, Where I lay my head, I ain’t gotta worry, ‘Cause all my worries fled.” – Surfaces
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Dreaming of sunny days, sitting under palm trees, drinking coconut water.
All I need are palm trees and a little bit of paradise.
Why don’t palm trees ever get lonely? Because they have lots of fronds.
Sunsets and palm trees – two of my favorite things.
Life is good under a palm tree.
How could you not be dreaming if you’ve got a palm tree around?
Palm trees are growin’ and a warm breeze is blowin’..
Focus on this moment. Hold your hand and see what it feels like. Go look at some grass. Talk to a palm tree…. Experience life.” ― Frederick Lenz
There are no shortcuts to the top of the palm tree.
Wild and free, like a palm tree.
You, me, and palm trees.
Don’t be shady.
Keep palm and don’t go getting your coconuts in a bunch.
“Palm trees are growin’ and a warm breezing a blowin’.” ― Blake Shelton
Palm trees. High seas.
What did the man get when he ran into a palm tree? A facepalm.
The only shady places that I like are under the palms.
I really, really like palm trees.
Happiness is found under a palm tree.
Palm trees and salty breeze.
A pineapple a day keeps the worries away.
“I’m a sucker for turquoise sea, white beaches, and palm trees.” — Bruno Tonioli
Not sure if this is a palm tree or a giant pineapple.
Palm tree in my garden. I’ve got a palm tree in my garden. Oh yeah, a palm tree in my garden. Oh, lucky me, oh oh lucky me.
The first rule of hurricane coverage is that every broadcast must begin with palm trees bending in the wind.
If there aren’t any palm trees I’m not going.
May you never be too busy to stop and breathe under a palm tree.
Underneath the palm tree it’s paradise, it’s paradise.
Always chasing palm trees and ocean breeze.
Keeping cool, palm, and collected.
Under palm trees is where I fell at peace.
Palm trees swaying in the breeze.
You’re the lime to my coconut.
Time spent under a palm tree is never wasted.
“Beneath the sunset skies tall, silver-shafted palm-trees rise.” ― William C. Bryant
Palm leaves and 80 degrees.
I haven’t bought a yacht or an island or even a palm tree. – David A. Siegel
Good vibes and palm trees.
I love touring in the United States. It’s dramatically different wherever you go. North to south, you’re going from snow to palm trees.
What do you call a herd of palm trees? A bushel.
Palm trees & vitamin sea.
A palm tree has roots in the soul, but reaches to the sky.
Palm leaves and coconut kisses.
Palm trees give peace to the soul of a nation.
I’m in paradise. Water you doing?
Leave your worries under the palm tree.
The roots of the aged palm tree exceed those of the young one; the old have a greater attachment to the world. – Saib Tabrizi
Palm trees. Coconuts. Tanned skin. Hot nights. Salty hair.
Under a palm tree is my favorite place to be.
Tropical state of mind.
Palm tree wishes & pineapple kisses.
No one likes a shady beach, but I don’t mind the palm trees.
Being among the palm trees is where I belong.
Advice from a palm tree: Reach High. Stand Tall and Proud. Soak Up the Sun. Be Flexible. Find Your Oasis. Weather Life’s Storms.
“The righteous shall flourish like a palm tree.” Psalm 92:12
What kind of tree can fit in your hands? A palm tree.
The palm tree that sways in the breeze stays standing the longest.
Sun, sand, sea and palm trees.
Like a palm tree by the ocean that endures the greatest winds because it knows how to gracefully bend.
This is the palm before the storm.
Talk to the palm.
Just another day under the palm trees
“I need to disappear, escape for a little bit; Take a trip to Palm Springs if you’re into it.” – “Palm Springs” by Mistel Marie
Take only memories, leave only footprint.
The sun does not shine for a few trees and flowers, but for the wide world’s joy.
Get lost looking at palm trees every now and then. It’s good for the soul.
There is nothing wrong with having a palm tree as a friend.
I might park myself under this palm tree and call it a day.
I’m coconuts about you.
It is the nature of the strong heart, that like the palm tree it strives ever upwards when it is most burdened.
You need to palm down.
Trees don’t grow even, they don’t grow straight, just however it makes them happy.
I’d rather be on a desert island under a palm tree.
Stand tall like a palm tree.
See me sitting in the palm tree looking down at people passing by, sitting here no-one can harm me.
On the last day of the world, I want to plant a palm tree.
I’ve got paradise in the palm of my hand.
“How blue is the sky? Palm trees are shading and the sun is blazing.” – “Girl on the Coast” by Jessie James Decker
City lights & palm tree nights.
Oh, the taller that the palm tree grows, the sweeter is the bark.
Think like a palm tree.
Little palm tree you moved out to stand in long lines.
Underneath the palm trees you can leave your worries.
Between every two palms is a doorway to a new world.
It wouldn’t be a tropical paradise without palm trees.
“As I watch the sunset on palm tree beach,/ Paradise is finally in reach./ And though I know when winter comes,/ Then dreams will all be said and done. For now, I’m glad to stay on palm tree beach.” – Pére Pomme