Where does come from?
Bliss, paradise, vacation, relaxation…these are aspects of the tropical mental attitude that the palm tree emoji has come to represent. Then again, if you live in Hawaii, the emoji may make you think of your work commute, or maybe that tree out front that needs tending. It’s all perspective, right?
The palm tree emoji was approved as part of Unicode 6.0 in 2010 and added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.
Who uses ?
In social media, you’ll see the palm tree accompanying posts that cover all aspects of tropical life and culture, from beachy sunbathing to a vacation-inspired cocktails to sunny picnics with friends. If you’re experiencing your own personal paradise and want to share that with the world, this is the emoji for you.
Fun in the sun 😎🌴☀️ pic.twitter.com/JL7dhohU3n
— 𝐂.𝐊.𝐒. (@Cody_Kiraly) November 19, 2018
how to smell good🌴🍊 pic.twitter.com/nU55JeAe2p
— ig : selfcaresoftiee (@selfcaresoftiee) November 19, 2018
— Balaji Palace (@BalajiPalace) November 19, 2018
— Banzai Cliff (@BanzaiCliff) April 28, 2018
The Hundertwasser House in Vienna has more than 200 trees and shrubs on it's balconies and roof terraces, forming a green haven in the city 🌴 #urbannature #greenroof #greenbuilding #ecoarchitecture pic.twitter.com/bSVYLSicxl
— Stonecrop Review (@StonecropReview) November 27, 2018