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Wishing for Springtime - the Parasol Mini Blossom Hummingbird Feeder from Uncommon Goods

Thursday, January 10, 2013 - 4:00pm
Written By: 
Stacy DeBroff

With a chill in the air and winter upon us, we can still dream of the coming spring season. When warmer temperatures approach, let those vibrantly colored hummingbirds flock to your yard with your own Mini-Blossom Hummingbird Feeder from Uncommon Goods. Designed by Par-a-Sol, this feeder features brightly colored hand-blown glass and tin flower petals —all made from recycled products.

Since saturated colors attract hummingbirds, the Mini-Blossom Hummingbird Feeder comes in a variety of colors and styles – all designed to encourage an abundance of hummingbirds. The feeder also blends beautifully into your garden, and the colors really complement the various blooms and hues, so no need to worry about having it stand out above your fabulous flowers.

Although the directions seem a bit vague, the feeder can be assembled in just a few easy steps so you can get it ready for those hungry hummingbirds. You’ll also find directions for the sugar solution that goes inside the feeder to attract and feed the hummingbirds. And, even if you don’t love the kitchen, you can make the nectar in a few quick and easy steps.

As the season of gifting winds down, the Mini-Blossom Hummingbird Feeder can be found at a variety of retailers and makes a thoughtful gift for anyone who loves spending time in the garden. With this creative and colorful product, you’ll have the opportunity to feed these amazing birds, enhance the look of your garden, and help our world – one Mini-Blossom Hummingbird Feeder at a time. You can purchase them online at


Disclosure: Mom Central received a complimentary sample of the Mini-Blossom Hummingbird Feeder from Uncommon Goods to facilitate this review. All opinions are our own.


I really like this I think

I really like this I think it's beautifully colored!

Oh these look so pretty!! I

Oh these look so pretty!! I love hummingbirds and these look like, not only a great addition to the garden, but also a great way to attract those beautiful birds :)

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