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Transform your garden into a hummingbird haven with our handcrafted glass feeders, a vibrant accent that's as functional as it is beautiful. Each piece, blown with care in our Duluth, MN Hotshop, promises to be not just a feeder but a piece of art, inviting nature's tiniest aviators to a feast of nectar.

Available in a spectrum of radiant colors and two accommodating sizes, our feeders easily cater to your space and style. The robust build ensures durability, while the meticulous design mimics the allure of flowers to attract a flurry of winged visitors.

Standard Size: A compact delight, perfect for cozy gardens, measures approximately 5"H x 3.5"W x 3.5" D.

Large Size: An ample vessel for avid birdwatchers, stands approximately 6.5"H x 4"W x 4"D, offering a generous welcome to your feathered guests.

Embrace the joy of birdsong and the dance of hummingbirds with a feeder that's uniquely yours, knowing that no two are exactly alike – each one is a testament to the uniqueness of handblown artistry.

Standard Size: Approximately 5"H x 3.5"W x3.5" D

Large Size: Approximately 6.5"H x 4"W x 4"D

(Stand not included) 

Filling the Feeder

Boil water and mix 1 part sugar to 4 parts boiling water. Set aside to chill.

 

Fill the hummingbird feeders almost full to create a vacuum to help prevent leakage. Fill the hummingbird feeder upside down and snugly replace the cork. When you turn it back over, the nectar flows to the bottom allowing nectar to “shoot” out the spout and the vacuum created should prevent spillage as long as the cork is properly in place. It is possible for bottom fill feeders to leak in heavy winds and changing temperatures, but it should only be a small amount. If the feeder was fine the previous day and empty in the morning, it is not unlikely a bat emptied your feeder.

Feeder Maintenance

Every filling, flush the feeder with hot tap water; a bottle brush can be very helpful.

Do not use soap - hummers apparently don't like the taste, but bleach will remove it if you have this problem. Visually inspect the entire feeder for black mold; a bleach soak (see the next paragraph) is the best way to remove mold. Discard any unconsumed sugar water. If the birds are not emptying your feeder between cleanings, it's unnecessary and wasteful to fill it completely. If the sugar solution in your feeder turns cloudy, it's spoiled and needs to be replaced. This can happen in as little as two days.

At least once a month, clean the feeder thoroughly with a solution of 1/4 cup bleach to one gallon of water. Soak the feeder in this solution for one hour, then clean with a bottle brush. Rinse well with running water and refill. Any remaining traces of bleach will be neutralized by reacting with the fresh syrup, and there's no need to air dry before refilling. Bleach is both safe and very effective.

 

Please Note: While we do our best to create a cohesive series, not every piece will be identical as it is all handmade and subject to variations.

Lake Superior Art Glass, Minnesota's Premier Art Glass Gallery and Studio.

Blown Glass Hummingbird Feeders

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Transform your garden into a hummingbird haven with our handcrafted glass feeders, a vibrant accent that's as functional as it is beautiful. Each piece, blown with care in our Duluth, MN Hotshop, promises to be not just a feeder but a piece of art, inviting nature's tiniest aviators to a feast of nectar.

Available in a spectrum of radiant colors and two accommodating sizes, our feeders easily cater to your space and style. The robust build ensures durability, while the meticulous design mimics the allure of flowers to attract a flurry of winged visitors.

Standard Size: A compact delight, perfect for cozy gardens, measures approximately 5"H x 3.5"W x 3.5" D.

Large Size: An ample vessel for avid birdwatchers, stands approximately 6.5"H x 4"W x 4"D, offering a generous welcome to your feathered guests.

Embrace the joy of birdsong and the dance of hummingbirds with a feeder that's uniquely yours, knowing that no two are exactly alike – each one is a testament to the uniqueness of handblown artistry.

Standard Size: Approximately 5"H x 3.5"W x3.5" D

Large Size: Approximately 6.5"H x 4"W x 4"D

(Stand not included) 

Filling the Feeder

Boil water and mix 1 part sugar to 4 parts boiling water. Set aside to chill.

 

Fill the hummingbird feeders almost full to create a vacuum to help prevent leakage. Fill the hummingbird feeder upside down and snugly replace the cork. When you turn it back over, the nectar flows to the bottom allowing nectar to “shoot” out the spout and the vacuum created should prevent spillage as long as the cork is properly in place. It is possible for bottom fill feeders to leak in heavy winds and changing temperatures, but it should only be a small amount. If the feeder was fine the previous day and empty in the morning, it is not unlikely a bat emptied your feeder.

Feeder Maintenance

Every filling, flush the feeder with hot tap water; a bottle brush can be very helpful.

Do not use soap - hummers apparently don't like the taste, but bleach will remove it if you have this problem. Visually inspect the entire feeder for black mold; a bleach soak (see the next paragraph) is the best way to remove mold. Discard any unconsumed sugar water. If the birds are not emptying your feeder between cleanings, it's unnecessary and wasteful to fill it completely. If the sugar solution in your feeder turns cloudy, it's spoiled and needs to be replaced. This can happen in as little as two days.

At least once a month, clean the feeder thoroughly with a solution of 1/4 cup bleach to one gallon of water. Soak the feeder in this solution for one hour, then clean with a bottle brush. Rinse well with running water and refill. Any remaining traces of bleach will be neutralized by reacting with the fresh syrup, and there's no need to air dry before refilling. Bleach is both safe and very effective.

 

Please Note: While we do our best to create a cohesive series, not every piece will be identical as it is all handmade and subject to variations.

Lake Superior Art Glass, Minnesota's Premier Art Glass Gallery and Studio.

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