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Yellow Glass Hummingbird Feeder
Fused glass nectar feeder in a color that practically glows in the sun! A network
of copper spirals, vines, and hand-
Dimensions: 5" diameter, 3" deep
The copper acquires a rich patina as it ages. From Gloria’s Glass Garden
Just add the sugar water and watch the hummingbirds flock to feed!
This feeder comes with a thick macrame cord for hanging, instructions for making your own nectar, a gift card and a gift box plus a starter packet of food. Each one unique. Signed & dated. From Providence Art Glass
Unique Hand Blown Art Glass Feeder
To fill your hummingbird feeder, pour nectar(sugar-
Because they are designed to minimize bacterial/fungus growth as well as inhibit fermentation, cleaning can be as simple as a warm tap water rinse out. From Kennedy Glass Studio
Hummingbirds are attracted to the candy like look of this feeder, and it's bright red feeder tip. The feeder measures about 4" across x 8", from hook to tip. Comes with tube and tip, curled copper wire hanger, and tag.
Attached tag suggests filling and cleaning instructions.
From Molten Spirit Glass
Turquoise Blown Glass Feeder
Beautiful Flower Bottle Feeder
There is an opening in the center of the flower and hummingbirds sip sugar water "nectar" through the opening, just as they would in nature. A custom made green stopper at the base of the flower fits perfectly into a green wine bottle.
Recycled Glass Feeder
These beautiful recycled glass bottle hummingbird feeders are a great addition to any yard.
The hummingbirds love sipping nectar from these because they cannot hurt their tongues. From DeeLux Designs
We love these Hummingbird feeders. Unique and beautiful. Not only will they make
your hummingbirds happy, but they’ll brighten up your yards and buying these feeders
will help support artists.
Tips from Round Robin, The Cornell Blog of Ornithology: The ideal sugar-
Real nectar is colorless. Change sugar water every 3–5 days to prevent mold and deadly fermentation, and more frequently when it’s over 90 degrees outside. Clean hummingbird feeders at least once a week with hot water and a bottle brush. Don’t use soap or a detergent.