~ Hummingbird sugar water/butterfly sugar water/easy suet cupcakes/freezing herbs/potting soil mix

~ Hummingbird sugar water/butterfly sugar water/easy suet cupcakes/freezing herbs/potting soil mix

Hummingbirds are sweet, curious, and fiesty visitors in the garden but did you know you can unknowingly poison or kill them by providing the wrong nectar or neglecting the feeder? Learn how to make hummingbird sugar water that matches their natural diet and choose the best style of feeder.

Hummingbirds are sweet, curious, and fiesty visitors in the garden but did you know you can unknowingly poison or kill them by providing the wrong nectar or neglecting the feeder? Learn how to make hummingbird sugar water that matches their natural diet and choose the best style of feeder.

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How To Use Wash your new Handheld Hummingbird Feeder with a mild detergent and rinse completely. Fill with nectar. You can make nectar by mixing 1 cup of plain white sugar with 4 cups of boiling water. Let the nectar cool before using. Extra nectar can be stored in a refrigerator for up to 7 days. Place the small feeder near an existing feeder. Soon, the hummingbirds will start using the small handheld feeder. Stand near the existing feeder and hold the feeder in your hand. To encourage the…

How To Use Wash your new Handheld Hummingbird Feeder with a mild detergent and rinse completely. Fill with nectar. You can make nectar by mixing 1 cup of plain white sugar with 4 cups of boiling water. Let the nectar cool before using. Extra nectar can be stored in a refrigerator for up to 7 days. Place the small feeder near an existing feeder. Soon, the hummingbirds will start using the small handheld feeder. Stand near the existing feeder and hold the feeder in your hand. To encourage the…

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