Hummingbird Feeders

Our Hummingbird Feeders

“My favorite Feeder I have ever bought! I have had it for 6 years now and It looks like I bought it yesterday! Love Love Love!!”  ~Nancy Wilson

“I didn’t think hummingbirds came around my home until I hung this feeder! I love the use of Glass over Plastic” ~ Katie Hubert

Why We Love Them 

 The glass on the feeders is tinted to deflect sunlight

~ This will inhibit the growth of mildew and bacteria

~ This will also keep the nectar fresher for a longer period of time for birds to enjoy

~ Glass instead of Plastic means there is not a release of harmful chemicals into the nectar

Paint is UV protected so it will not fade

~ There are several layers of glaze to make it Long Lasting

~ Use of Vibrant Colors to attract the Hummingbirds

Does not get crusty with sugar Buildup

Birds can be perched on the rim

Easy to fill


The joy of hummingbirds around my Garden is Priceless, even if its just one

Be patient! I didn’t see hummingbirds in my garden at first, but shortly after putting up my Feeder, I started to hear a Hum outside my Kitchen Window


Looking for a Nectar Recipe?

What you need:

1 Cup Water

1/4 Cup Sugar


Bring the one cup of sugar and quarter cup of sugar to a boil. When the sugar dissolves, remove from heat and cool before adding to feeder. For larger portions, mix at ratio of one part sugar to four parts water.

Please do not use food coloring, honey, brown sugar, unrefined sugar, or sugar substitutes as they can be harmful to the hummingbird.

To Use:

Unscrew the bottom of the feeder, fill it up with your nectar, screw the bottom back on without over tightening, and finally…ENJOY!

Fun Facts About Hummingbirds

~ Lifespan of 3-5 Years 
~ Speed of 25-30 mph 
~ Max Dive Speed of 49 mph 
~ Length: Ruby throated: 3-3.5 in
          Bee Hummingbird: 2-2.4 in
~ Metabolism is 100x faster than an elephant 
~ Beat their wings at 80x per second
~ They do not flap their wings, they rotate them in a figure-eight 
~ They are the only birds who can fly backwards 
~ They have no sense of smell 
~ Tiny legs are only used for perching and moving sideways while perched 
~ Their heart-rate is 1,260 beats per minute

Flowers that attract Hummingbirds 

~ Brightly colored flowers that are tubular 
~ Perennials:  Bee balms 
~ Biennials:   Foxgloves 
~ Annuals:     Cleomes
~ Others :     Lantana 
               Cardinal Flower
               Trumpet Creeper
               Butterfly Bush