Sunflower hearts for birds
Sunflower hearts are our most popular and versatile bird food. Our sunflower seeds for birds are a must have in any garden. Our sunflower products tend to attract a large variety of birds and happen to be a particular favourite of wild birds such as finches, starling, tits and robins.
Of course, if you manage to attract any of these beautiful birds with your new tasty sunflower seeds, don’t forget to log your sightings in our Birdspotter App!
All our hearts are bakery grade and of the highest quality. It’s among the lowest priced bird food in the UK. You can purchase in bulk from our shop, and have them delivered free tomorrow!
Why should you feed birds sunflower hearts?
There are plenty of reasons why you should feed sunflower hearts to wild birds, but one of the main reasons is that they are packed with amazing nutrition.
Sunflower hearts contain nutrients such as:
- Healthy fats
- Vitamin B
This means that if you’re looking for the healthiest wild bird food to offer in your seed feeders and on your garden bird tables, then sunflower hearts should be top of your shopping list.
No-mess wild bird food
Our sunflower hearts (and sunflower seeds) are an easy seed to feed and are incredibly versatile. As the husks are removed, it means the wild birds will eat it all, so no mess is left behind! They can be fed from a bird seed feeder, bird table or scattered on the floor for ground eating birds. What are the benefits of sunflower hearts and sunflower seeds?
Although marginally more expensive to purchase than other regular wild bird seed products, the following advantages will be apparent:
- No mess, no grow sunflower hearts
- Loved by a great variety of wild garden birds
- Can be fed in multiple ways
- Birds are able to feast on them far quicker – a distinct advantage in winter and the nesting season
- Cheaper than our competitors
- Free next day UK delivery
Remember to always provide water with your sunflower seed products to keep your garden visitors hydrated.
If you need more guidance on how to keep your garden birds healthy all year round, read our 12-month bird feeding guide so you know exactly what to feed your birds and when.