New for Humming-

Aspects Window Gem - An adorable 4-ounce capacity window feeder with High View perch and hinged lid for easy filling…24.00

The Pixie Feeder (arriving soon!) - Whimsical wings give this hand-blown artisanal glass feeder a magical appearance as if it’s ready to take flight among the jeweled hummingbirds it attracts…24.00

Tool Time

How about some of these bright new titanium garden tools for Dad this Father’s Day? High quality pruners and garden shears with a non-stick surface. Titanium is 5x harder than steel, and that bright colour won’t get lost in the garden! …18.00-37.00

Deter Grackles

This new Safflower Seed Log is very popular with customers having trouble with grackles and starlings. Cardinals, grosbeaks, house finches, and doves love safflower seed, but it is generally not preferred by grackles and starlings. Offer up this seed log on one of several feeders we have to offer, or just set out on a tray…10.00

Copper Accents

We love these new Copper Garden Pieces by London artist, Dave Murray.  Combined with natural rock, the hand cut copper accents create a unique and defining piece of art for your yard. Several designs available including fountains…46.00 and up.

Home for Bees

We've all heard about the global disappearance of honey bees. Other bee species are also declining, mainly because of pesticide use and habitat loss. You can make a big difference just by creating a bee-friendly space in your garden. Planting native flowers such as goldenrod, aster, sunflower, and coneflower will attract bees. Providing a water source, or bee bath, is also a great way to entice native bees. Line a shallow bird bath or bowl with rocks, fill with water leaving the tops of the rocks dry, place at ground level.
A bee house is a way to provide nesting habitat for mason bees and other solitary bee species. The bees will lay their eggs inside the tubes and seal with mud. Hang the house out of the rain, facing south or east, with a mud source nearby. We are proud to be doing our part to protect our native pollinators. Did you know that all of Featherfields’ birdseed is labelled “Bee-Friendly”, which means it was grown without the use of harmful neonicotinoid pesticides.