With not a lot of travel going on these days, your dreams of soaking up the sun under the tropical palms may feel unattainable.

Cue the palm tree rental guys.

With tree and plant shipments coming up from Miami regularly, this company is getting the Northeast out of its pandemic funk with a touch of island fever.

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But restaurants aren't the only places catching island vibes this year. Now that people are spending tons of time at home, they are ordering palm trees for their own backyards and making their humble abodes as much of an island oasis as possible.

You can order up trees of all varieties, including the most popular, the Christmas Palm – a tree that reaches 10 feet tall and comes in double and triple trunks per pot. The gang will load the trees into the truck and then unload them at your house, placed wherever you'd like them.  Throw a few of those around the pool and you’ve got an Instagram-worthy paradise literally in your own backyard.

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Need some smaller tropical plans? Rent some elephant ears, birds of paradise, and really add some jungle vibes to your deck without worry about what you'll do with these plants once fall arrives. You can pretend your grillin’ and chillin’ anywhere else but Massachusetts.

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Palm trees are definitely something we’d like to see added to outdoor dining areas across the SouthCoast. Honestly, a pina colada under any other type of tree is a drink wasted.

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