Garden Jewels Round Glass Hummingbird Feeder
I bought this feeder and a swing with a red glass ball at the top (also at Drs. Foster and Smith) and hung them side by side about a foot apart. They are affixed to the ceiling of the back porch, about two feet from the kitchen window. Every morning when I open the kitchen shade, there sits Archie in the swing, guarding his feeder. Archie acquired a mate (Veronica) and one baby (Junior) made an appearance recently. They nest in a tree just beyond the porch. Money cannot buy the joy that comes from having Archie and his family just outside the window to share the morning and enjoy throughout the day. The size and shape of this little feeder precludes birds, bees, and ants from trying to take over. It is also easy to clean.
December 4, 2013
This product is excellant
We had problems with our old conventional hummingbird feeder because of the Woodpeckers ability to drain all of the fluid out of the feeder.
We decided to try Garden Jewels Round Glass Hummingbird Feeder to see if it would stop the Woodpeckers from wasting the food. And at last we had a solution to our problem.
We have since ordered two more for our hummingbird family.
September 1, 2013
Great little hummingbird feeders
These are beautiful little hummingbird feeders. They each hold about a cup of food and the containers are glass so they clean easily, are easy to handle, and the plastic feeder port screws on securely and doesn't drip. Best of all, if anyone like I did purchased several years ago a feeder that looked like a mobile with three small feeders that hung down at different lengths from a central hanger, these are a more modern shaped but perfect fit for replacement feeders for this unit if your original ones either were broken or the plastic after several years had degraded in the sun. My beautiful mobile feeder now looks better than new.
January 14, 2013
Best hummingbird feeder yet
In my desert garden, wild birds - especially woodpeckers - raid my hummingbird feeders. This feeder has proven the best yet to keep birds from perching and gulping down the nectar. And the hummingbirds still have great access and visit the feeder frequently.
August 15, 2012