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Sunflower Seeds and Hearts

Offer highly nutritious sunflower hearts and seeds to give garden birds an energy boost. Sunflower seeds also contain vitamins and minerals to help keep beaks and feathers in tip-top condition. To minimise mess try our sunflower hearts or a sunflower seed feeder with a tray. Want to mix up mealtimes? Take a look at our full selection of straights, or choose one of our great value bird seed mixes.

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Sunflower Hearts

Sunflower Hearts


From £14.95 or £1.89/kg

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Black Sunflower Seeds

Black Sunflower Seeds


From £10.45 or £1.72/kg

The Peanut & Sunflower Combo Bundle

The Peanut & Sunflower Combo Bundle


£63.95 or £2.51/kg

All Seasons Bundle

All Seasons Bundle


From £79.95 or £1.98/kg

Platinum Feed Bundle

Platinum Feed Bundle


From £96.95 or £1.79/kg

The Essential Feed Triple Bundle

The Essential Feed Triple Bundle


£82.95 or £2.13/kg

High Energy High Fat Bundle

High Energy High Fat Bundle


From £90.95 or £2.24/kg

Sunflower seeds and hearts FAQ

Sunflower seeds and the soft heart kernel within are a popular treat for wild birds. Find out more below:

Are sunflower seeds good for birds?

Yes, sunflower seeds contain essential oils, are high in protein and have a good calorie to weight ratio, meaning birds need to find and consume less than some other seeds.

Which birds eat black sunflower seeds?

Black sunflower seeds have a thinner shell than striped sunflower seeds and are favoured by finches and tits. Black sunflower seeds are relatively cheap, but birds are likely to choose the more expensive sunflower hearts if given a choice.

What are sunflower hearts?

A sunflower heart or kernel is a sunflower seed without the husk or outer shell. Birds discard the husk and eat the heart. Buying sunflower hearts reduces mess caused by discarded shells and makes a convenient high energy treat for wild birds.

What birds eat sunflower hearts and seeds?

Sunflower seeds and hearts are a popular food source for a wide variety of UK bird species including blackbirds, tits, finches, sparrows, nuthatches, robins and starlings.

Read our guide to why birds love sunflower hearts and discover lots of bird feeding facts on the Happy Beaks blog.

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