Decorative Garden Bird Feeder Selection
Whether you're looking for a bird feeder to compliment a regular backyard or a lavish garden, a garden bird feeder will not only add birds to your yard, but also elegance. From a ruby-shaded glass nectar bottle to a shingled townhouse bird feeder with a picket fence, we carry a garden bird feeder for every yard and occasion.
A garden bird feeder can add a peaceful ambiance to your yard and the birds feasting in it. Imagine the rich experience of watching a pair of blue jays nibble at seed from an electric-blue forest tea house that hangs from an awning or branch. Each garden bird feeder we sell is affordably priced and covered by a 30-day money-back guarantee, so you can be confident you'll find the perfect fit for your garden or yard.
I own 5 of these feeders (2 were purchased about 5 yrs. ago. I added another 3 about 1 1/2 yrs. ago.) They work as well, now, as the day they were purchased. The hummingbirds love this feeder. I ordered two more, a month ago, as a Christmas gift for a dear friend. She said she'd start feeding the hummers when she could find feeders like mine. They absolutely do not leak, hold 3/4 cup of hummer syrup (homemade). We live in Oregon and I feed year-round. The Schrodt Ruby feeder is the only feeder I will use.
The uniquely styled bird feeder is larger and more detailed than I expected. It's actually elegant and looks great hanging on my front yard oak tree. Nice quality, good price. Amazing selection of merchandise.
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