What Do Spring And Tampico Have In Common? #LoveYourColorfulWorld

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What Do Spring And Tampico Have In Common? COLOR!

With Tampico Juice and a little bit of spring gardening, you can Love Your Colorful World!  Whether you are celebrating Earth Day on April 22nd or National Gardening Month, it’s time to get outside and enjoy the beautiful colors of nature.  My daughter and I love to plant flowers and then enjoy the color they bring all summer long.  You don’t need a green thumb or anything complicated to create beautiful floral accents for your home.  We grabbed a large spoon out of the kitchen and some empty Tampico Juice containers and were able to plant some hardy pansies this past weekend.  Pansies are perfect if you are in a northern state where it takes a bit longer for warm, spring weather to arrive.  Find your spring spirit and start planting!

Do you plant your own flowers?  You can save quite a bit of money by purchasing containers, potting soil, and flowers and assembling your own arrangements.  And most often, the containers will last you multiple years.  I bought very large planters for our deck last year and planted the flowers myself.  It let me create a resort-like feel at a fraction of the cost of buying ready-made planters.  And this year I can use the same planters and dirt!  I only needed to purchase new flowers.

Save your empty Tampico Beverage containers.  They can be cut and used to:

  • move the dirt, distributing it evenly in your planter

#LoveYourColorfulWorld Tampico Juice container to move dirt planting flowers

  • add dirt around the plants

#LoveYourColorfulWorld Tampico Juice container to add dirt planting flowers

  • add water after you’ve finished planting to help the flowers avoid shock and flourish in their new environment

#LoveYourColorfulWorld Tampico Juice container to add water planting flowers

 

#LoveYourColorfulWorld 3 Ways To Use Empty Tampico Juice containers planting flowers

One of my all-time favorite ways to use flowers as home accents is hibiscus trees framing the front door.  It’s easy to create your own beautiful topiary and surprisingly affordable when you do it yourself.  I picked up hibiscus at a local store (on sale, watch for good prices), replanted it in an attractive pot, and added petunias (the kind that don’t require pinching off dead blooms) at the bottom.  It’s a welcoming addition of color to any front porch!

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Tampico is currently sold in over 55 countries and keeps growing both in existing markets and by expanding to new markets.

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You can find Tampico in the refrigerated section of your grocery store.  It comes in many flavor varieties.  Pick up a few and celebrate SPRING! Adios, winter!

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What are your favorite spring flowers? 

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Comments

  1. 1

    Beautiful flowers! I love that idea.

  2. 2
    Julie Lundstrom says:

    This is some good uses for an empty container. I love flowers. They add so much color and beauty to the yard.

  3. 3
    Janet W. says:

    What a great recycled use! I’m looking forward to planting some new flowers in the front of our house. Those flowers are so pretty!

  4. 4

    Amazing idea and beautiful flowers!

  5. 5
    Angelica Dimeo says:

    I had no idea there was so many uses for a Tampico bottle till this post good ideas.

  6. 6
    Diane Elizabeth says:

    Great ideas to reuse Tampico bottles. The flavors and colors always make me think of Spring!

  7. 7
    Becky Richardson says:

    Great article.

  8. 8
    danielle hammelef says:

    Beautiful flowers! Great job recycling too!

  9. 9
    mia dentice carey says:

    What a great idea! My favorite Spring flowers are daffodils and petunias

  10. 10
    Linda Kish says:

    Those are all great ways to reuse your Tampico bottles when you finish the juice. Very handy. Thanks.

  11. 11

    Oh great ideas to recycle! We plant a container garden every spring, so much fun! I will have to do this! The Fruit Punch flavor our little one would love! They look so good!

  12. 12
    Rita Wray says:

    Love the flowers!

  13. 13
    Elizabeth Tarlow says:

    Very clever ways to use empty Tampico containers!! Your flowers are very beautiful!! My favorite Spring Flowers are Lilacs & Forsythias. When I was a kid, back in Michigan, we had such beautiful Lilacs & Forsythias in our backyard…also a Pussy Willow…Aah the memories :)

  14. 14

    Such a cool idea! The flowers looks gorgeous :)

  15. 15

    Reduce! Re-use! Recycle! These are great uses for Tampico containers, maybe better than for containing Tampico.
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  16. 16

    I love all the beautiful flowers you planted!
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  17. 17
    Darlene Peterson says:

    I love this idea. think I’ll steal it.

  18. 18

    I love the colors of spring, so pretty.

  19. 19
    Diana Corlett says:

    Always looking to reduce, recycle, and reuse. Great ideas! Flowers give such a wonderful lift to the spirit, don’t they?

  20. 20
    Cali W. says:

    I live by the beach so it’s hard to grow things, but this idea is great. ;)

  21. 21
    Judy Cox says:

    This is a great idea, and a good way to recycle.

  22. 22

    This is a great way to reuse something that would otherwise be thrown away! :)

  23. 23
    Holly Thomas says:

    Great ideas to recycle plastic jugs.

  24. 24
    michelle elizondo says:

    I just reuse my cool whip container.

  25. 25
    Amanda P says:

    I love the idea of using old jugs for scooping dirt! That would be so much easier than my current use of a little shovel!

  26. 26
    mrsshukra says:

    How creative and practical!

  27. 27
    Pam Nelson says:

    this is awesome thank you, very creative

  28. 28

    This is a great way to reuse the container! I love lilacs and lilies!

  29. 29

    I like having flowers but they always die on me but that a good idea you have with the containers

  30. 30

    Another useful tip for recycling! Thanks for sharing.

  31. 31

    I’ve used plastic jugs as planters. I currently use them as watering bottles.

  32. 32

    this is a lovely idea, I hate wasting plastic containers! thank you!

  33. 33

    fun idea

  34. 34

    I do not plant my own flowers. I choose to live someplace where no yard work is required because I do not have a green thumb.

  35. 35
    Dana Matthews says:

    Great idea! I try to teach my kids to recycle and reuse as many items as possible!

  36. 36
    Cathy French says:

    It has been years since I’ve had Tampico. I love the gardening tips

  37. 37
    Susan P. says:

    I use plastic jugs like that, too! I like the large vinegar jugs since they are taller than gallon water, juice or milk jugs. I’m so far south that in Spring we get flowering trees and right now the bright yellow tabebuia trees are in full bloom and spectacular!

  38. 38
    Rajee Pandi says:

    love to learn it so beautiful flowers

  39. 39
    Stephanie Mabry says:

    Great way to reuse items that would otherwise just be recycled!

  40. 40
    Beverly Gordon says:

    what a great way to re use the container those flowers are so pretty

  41. 41
    Cori Westphal says:

    We use a carton like that for scooping out our chicken feed!

  42. 42

    What a wonderful way to reuse plastic jugs! My favorite spring flowers are tulips!

  43. 43

    Love the post. I like planting flowers myself. It is one thing I enjoy the most in spring and the beginning of summer.

  44. 44

    I like to reuse items before recycling, so this is an excellent idea. Thanks for sharing with us.

  45. 45
    Renee Rousseau says:

    After reading the article, my favorite is the Yellow hibiscus tree! It is gorgeous.

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