When it comes to hummingbird feeders, there is no want for variety. In my search for top glass hummingbird feeders, I have found many that are beautiful as well as practical. Let’s have a look, shall we?
If you frequent this delightful little area of artisan heaven, you already know that Etsy is a treasure trove of delectable creative crafts and goods. I had plenty of luck finding beautiful glass hummingbird feeders there, naturally. Let me introduce you to some of the artisans.
This little company receives rave reviews from customers and crafts upcycled glass feeders out of wine bottles and copper tubing. The wine bottles, er, feeders are available in a variety of colors. They are asking $24.95 each for these.
Kennedy Glass Studio
This shop features beautiful blown-glass hummingbird feeders that don’t drip. They are small in size and are designed to minimize bacterial and fungus growth. They are available in a swirl of designs in blue and red, and if you make a purchase of $100 or more, they Kennedy Glass Studio will plant a tree in your honor! A nectar recipe is included with each order. This style of feeder will set you back $59.99, but from a shop that includes little perks with purchase and such a fine quality product, I’d say it’s worth it.
Dynamic Form Glass
This company creates a jaw-dropping glass feeder. It holds a small amount of nectar and
stands 8 inches tall. This shop has good reviews and they also take custom orders. This stunning piece of artwork costs $78.
This shop creates a beautiful feeder with a hummingbird hand painted on the glass. The material used includes copper, rubber, and enamel glass paint. The copper used ensures that it will not rust. This feeder costs $25. Not bad.
There is also a variety of choices for the more practical of glass hummingbird feeder collectors out there. These can be found at the old trusty stand-by stores like Menard’s, Home Depot, and the like. Here’s what I found at these all-American classic stores.
I happened to find a blown glass feeder at Menard’s that’s as charming as it is practical. It’s called the Enchanted Garden Vintage Glass Hummingbird Feeder. It features what appears to be an upside-down jar with delicate ornate designs molded into the glass. It is easy to fill and holds 20 ounces of nectar. That’s a lot! Unless you have insatiable hordes of hummingbirds taking out your windows in search of more nectar, I’d say this is a significant amount of nectar and you likely won’t need to refill the feeder for a while. $16.99. Great buy, if you ask me.
Now, I don’t think I exactly expected to find a glass feeder as awesome as this one at Home Depot. I’m not sure why. But I think this feeder is a great find. While at Home Depot, look for the Red Antique Glass Hummingbird Feeder. It does, indeed, appear to be an antique glass bottle you found out in your grandmother’s shed, restored to original glory, and converted into an upside-down hummingbird feeder. It holds 24 ounces of nectar, is easy to clean, and has four feeding holes. Not too shabby at $18.88.
Did you know that Lowe’s carries a cute little hummingbird feeder with hand painted roses and little flower feeding ports on it? I didn’t either. It’s called the Garden Treasures Glass Hummingbird feeder. The hand painted roses are said to attract hummingbirds into your yard, and the bottom rotates for easy cleaning. A happy customer reviewed this feeder to be user friendly and stated that it quickly attracted hummingbirds. A steal at $8.98.
For the very practical glass hummingbird feeder consumer, there is the hummingbird feeder at Ace Hardware that holds 30 ounces of nectar, contains six feeding ports, includes free bag of nectar powder, and has a wide mouth for cleaning and filling. This little baby (or big baby, I should say) will set you back just $19.99.
Who knew there were so many options out there when looking for the best glass hummingbird feeders? In my search, I found far more variety than I could have hoped for. Now, naturally, I need to order one for myself. When I began this project, I was faced what I then thought was the problem of finding a variety of great hummingbird feeders. Now, I’m faced with the problem of choosing just one.