Sunflower Hearts

Sunflower Hearts
Sunflower Hearts
Suitable for bird tables Suitable for ground feeding Suitable for seed feeders
£5.25 In Stock

Sunflower heart seeds are preferred by more species of wild bird than any other seed! Containing up to 60% oil they are a high energy and calorific food source for our garden birds all year round - as well as being husk free and no mess for a tidy garden!

Our bakery grade sunflower hearts are black sunflower seeds dehulled, meaning they can be eaten by soft bill birds such as blackbirds, thrushes, robins and wrens that cannot crack open the husk of a black sunflower seed.

We use sunflower hearts as the base ingredient to all our own mixes as they are a real favourite and highly nutritious.

Our sunflower hearts are available plastic free in 15kg and 20kg paper sack options delivered free to the majority of the UK!

Feeder Style:

  • Ground
  • Bird Table
  • Hanging Feeder

Suitable for all year round feeding.

Enjoyed by:

Blackbird, Blue Tit, Brambling, Bullfinch, Chaffinch, Coal Tit, Collared Dove, Crested Tit, Dunnock, Goldfinch, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Great tit, Greenfinches, Hawfinch, House Sparrows, Lesser Redpoll, Linnet, Long Tailed Tit, Magpie, Marsh Tit, Mealy Redpoll, Mistle Thrush, Nuthatch, Pied Wagtail, Robin, Reed Bunting, Rook, Siskin, Skylark, Song Thrush, Starling, Tree Creeper, Tree Sparrow, Willow Warbler, Wren

Not for human consumption!

Size £/kg Price * Saving
1.5kg - In Stock £3.50 5.25 £0.00
3kg - In Stock £2.50 7.50 £3.00
5kg - In Stock £2.00 10.00 £7.50
15kg (3x 5kg) - In Stock £1.70 25.50 £27.00
15kg Paper Sack - In Stock £1.70 25.50 £27.00
20kg (4x 5kg) - In Stock £1.65 33.00 £37.00
20kg Paper Sack - In Stock £1.65 33.00 £37.00

* Savings are based on the first row being the base £/kg price

"Quality" - michael elmanowski
Best quality and service again .
21st September 2021
"Sunflower hearts." - Cazza
My goldfinches love these. Sometimes get as many as 7 birds at once. Really good product. Good service, everything arrives in a couple of days.
3rd September 2021
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