Ceramic petal feeder double pack

R421053
£ 15.00
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Product information

Buy both the red and yellow ceramic petal feeders together and save nearly £3. Plant the stems in your flower bed, lawn or pot, fill with seed, nibbles or mealworms and let the feast begin! Stems measure 71cm, feeders measure 7cm diameter, outer petals measure 14cm diameter.





Product details

R421053
  • Type of Feeder
    Multi-food bird feeder
  • Type of Food
    Mealworms
  • Suitable Wildlife
    Birds

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  • £3.95 - Standard delivery to the UK and Channel Islands
  • FREE - for orders of £30 £50 or more (£30 offer ends 3 June 2020)

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Age: 55 - 64

27/Apr/2020
Disapponting ceramic bird feeders
I purchased these based on the other two reviews, however, I cannot recommend them as they do not serve any useful purpose. The birds will simply not go near them even after several weeks and trying to tempt them with different feed. The birds are either frightened of them or unable to perch on the ceramic surface. They look quite attractive in the garden but sadly are not attracting any birds and not fit for purpose. Other feeders in the garden work absolutely fine.
RSPB response
Thank you. We are sorry to hear that you were disappointed with these. Birds can take several weeks to adjust to any new feeder. We know from reviews that birds will use them. If the problem persists, we would recommend changing the siting.
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Age: 55 - 64

22/Feb/2020
pheasant thwarter? fingers crossed!
Great little feeders. The blue tits were the first to cautiously approach, but after a fortnight all the little birds are using them, finches, robins and today a blackbird. They hold wriggly mealworms nicely and so far the pheasants have not landed on top of them. Doubtless they will try eventually, but for the moment at least I can feed the little ones with it all getting hoovered by the big guys.
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Age: 35 - 44

26/Jul/2019
Well designed and much used
I love the design of these. These double spike on the bottom means they are extremely stable. Unlike the ones they replaced, they manage to stay upright even after an entire flock of starlings has descended for their suet pellets!
The sparrows have taken a few days to get used to these, but the starlings were straight in. The blackbird also loves these - the petal design of the cup now means that he has a feeder he can perch on and he’s definitely making the most of it.
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