All the hip birds in your neighborhood will want to settle down in one of these stylish birdhouses. These modern bird homes are carefully constructed with recycled, reclaimed and repurposed materials for special features like teak roofs and rugged rope hangers.
Welcome your feathered friends with this Ceramic Bird House. It has a modern look, with all the amenities modern birdies are looking for. (That would be cozy semi-dark space.) Or use it indoors as part of your spring decorating! 9.75" h x 5.5" l x 4.25" w
Natural bamboo house makes a welcome shelter for nesting birds. This attractive, teardrop-shaped birdhouse is woven from natural bamboo that sheds water while providing good ventilation. The 1-1/4" entrance hole is sized for common backyard birds like nuthatches, titmice and finches. Built-in hanging loop. Clean-out door on the back.
Want to use one feed and attract the greatest variety of wild birds? Then it’s Blue Ribbon Blend™ all the way. A traditional mix done right, we guarantee you’ll get the best combination of perch and ground feeding birds with this one. So, just fill up your feeder and stand back! Includes: Black Oil Sunflower, Sunflower Meats, White Proso Millet, Cracked Corn.
Watching hummingbirds flit and hover near your garden or porch brings such joy. You can attract and feed them safely with this premixed nectar designed just for hummingbirds. Concentrated, just add water and enjoy the show.
Boost your garden's productivity by providing a happy home for peaceful, non-stinging Mason bees. Slightly smaller than honeybees, mason bees are incredible pollinators. Each one visits as many as 1000 blooms per day - 20 times as many as a honeybee! Hang this house against a tree or wall where it will get morning sun and attract mason bees. Female bees fill the bamboo tubes with their eggs, and nectar and pollen for the young to eat.
Dishes and Table Linens – Fresh for Spring Dishes and place mats are a great way to welcome a new season. That dark time between Christmas and Spring is like a decorating no-man’s land. It’s too early for tulips, but you really need to put away the red berries. But that’s over now. It’s SPRING […]