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Glass Hummingbird Feeder

Item # 51780

Funds 14 bowls of food.

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Bottoms up! Our bottle-shaped feeder provides refreshment for the hummingbird visitors in your garden with solid glass and sturdy metal design.

  • Glass & metal
  • Includes nectar and cleaning instructions
  • 28" L total (71 cm)
  • Imported

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Review count: 3

Recent reviews:

November 5, 2014 - I bought both colors and I love them!! They're even bigger than I imagined.

March 31, 2014 - I purchased the Red one. The link between the top hook and the wire actually attached to the bottle is not strong enough to support the bottle once it contains nectar. The pieces in particular is the ones with the large clear/white ball and the one with the 3 small red balls. The wire has not been work hardened. I did a work around to prevent returning the item by removing the links containing the balls, connecting the large S hook to the wire around the bottle, then connected the links containing the balls to either side of the front of the bottle, where they sit as decoration. Whoever makes these must remember that wire should be hardened before inserting the ball in order for the length to support the container of nectar.

April 22, 2013 - Mine worked perfectly, and I loved watching the little hummers come for a drink. Unfortunately, it also attracted my overzealous yellow jacket population so I had to give it to someone else.

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