Aspects Little Fancy Rose 8 oz Hummingbird Feeder
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- Elegant, 8 ounce hummingbird feeder from Aspects
- 3 feeding ports, built-in ant moat and raised flowers that divert rain
- Unbreakable polycarbonate cover removes easily for cleaning and filling
- Lifetime guarantee
- Hanging rod opening with accommodate almost any pole system
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Attract hummingbirds to your outdoor space with the Little Fancy Rose 8oz Hummingbird Feeder from Aspects. This small feeder is a wonderful addition to any yard. It features 3 feeding ports, a built-in ant moat and raised plastic flowers that divert rain. The unbreakable polycarbonate cover removes easily for cleaning and filling. Lifetime guarantee.
Size: 1 Pack
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Top customer reviews
I like it because it is nice and easy to clean - there are no small crevices or corners where mold or bacteria can hide. If you have ant problems, it has a built in ant moat. I haven't had that problem, so I can't speak to how well that works.
I have this feeder hanging from my deck, and it did spill a little bit of nectar when i hung it up and it swung back and forth a little bit (mind you, I filled it a little bit more than was probably necessary.) this has not really been much of a problem for me, but if you plan to hang it on a tree branch or somewhere where it could swing a bit, I could see what possibly being a bit of a problem? Just something to consider when you are thinking of where to hang it.
Overall, I am very happy with my purchase and highly recommend it!
I had a hummingbird visit me as I was working in our garden before the feeders were set up. My red bandana must have attracted it. It was a nice visitor to our garden. Now the feeders are set up to keep the hummingbirds coming back to visit. UPDATE: Ants get into the nectar reservoir easily. I think they learned they can drop down onto the red feeding station to access the nectar. Such a surprise to find the ants running around in the sink when I open the feeder to clean it. It still attracts hummingbirds occasionally. I think the hummingbird prefer the real blossoms over the man-made nectar feeders.