Enjoy beautiful hummingbirds AND blooms all season long with the Small So Real 3D Flower Hummingbird Feeder. Thanks to an eye-catching feeding port, a comfortable perch, and vibrant colors, this distinctive hummingbird feeder is sure to become a favorite of all your hummingbird visitors.
The So Real 3D Flower Hummingbird Feeder features an easy-connect design that lets you hook multiple So Real 3D Flower Hummingbird Feeders together - in any combination of small and/or large sizes - to create a stunning vertical flower vine that attracts even MORE hummingbirds!
The Small So Real 3D Flower Hummingbird Feeder also deters bees & wasps with its deep dome design - hummingbirds can easily access nectar inside, but pesky bees cannot.
Feeding port, silicone gasket, perch, and petals remove from feeder for cleaning. The Small So Real 3D Flower Hummingbird Feeder holds up to 5 oz of nectar and measures 4.5" dia x 4" high; 8" high with hanging hook attached.
Choose from pink or purple, both with a translucent green base, green perch, yellow feeding port, and 4" detachable hanging/connecting hook.
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To fill your feeder:
Carefully remove the center flower by pulling up from where its base meets the feeder body. Do not pull on the perch to open for filling. Carefully pour nectar mixture into base until full. Replace center flower by firmly pushing on the center of the flower, ensuring that the perch is opposite from the hanger.
You must change the nectar frequently – at least twice a week. The need to change the nectar depends on the temperature, where you hang your feeder, and the number and frequency of hummingbirds feeding at the feeder. If the birds are not emptying your feeder between cleanings, it's unnecessary and wasteful to fill it completely. Fill only with the amount of nectar birds will consume in a few days. Over time, you will get a feel for how much nectar to put in your feeder. If you notice that the nectar is turning milky, or that white strings or black spots are growing in it, change it more often.
Every four or five days, take down the feeder and discard any unconsumed sugar water/nectar. Take apart your feeder and flush it with hot tap water. You can add a little vinegar to the water to help prevent mold from becoming established. Visually inspect the feeder for black mold. If mold is present, soak and clean the feeder thoroughly with a solution of 1/4 cup bleach to 1 gallon of water. Rinse well before refilling with nectar.