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Sunflowers

We grow our own sunflowers right here at Street End Farm, which means that we can offer you fully traceable, home-grown black sunflower seeds of the highest cleanliness and quality. We sow our sunflower seeds in May, and harvest the heads in October. Once harvested, the seeds are triple-cleaned on the farm.

Black sunflower seeds remain a firm favourite among garden birds, who crack open the relatively thin seed coat to access the oil-rich kernel. Sunflower hearts (the sunflower seeds minus the black outer husks) are also very popular - they offer an easily-available source of energy, and they don't leave behind any messy husks under your feeding station!

Looking to treat your garden birds to some top-quality sunflower seeds? Here's what we have to offer...

Sunflower Hearts

Premium Sunflower Hearts

Our bakery-grade sunflower hearts are an easily accessible energy source for garden birds. The whole sunflower heart gets eaten, meaning no waste and no seed husks to clean up!

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Sunflower Heart Chips

Sunflower Heart Chips

These bite-sized sunflower heart fragments are ideal for fledgling birds in the summertime.

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Black Sunflower Seeds

Black Sunflower Seeds

A cost-effective alternative to peanuts, with a relatively thin seed coat that makes it easy for garden birds to get at the kernel within.

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Striped Sunflower Seeds

Striped Sunflower Seeds

These striped seeds are slightly larger than our standard black sunflower seeds, and their shells are a little tougher. These seeds are beloved by birds such as woodpeckers and nuthatches

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We also sell a variety of feeders that are ideal for sunflower hearts. We recommend this sturdy steel sunflower heart feeder:

Black Steel Sunflower Hearts Bird Feeder

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If you would like to know more about how we produce our sunflower seeds, this information can be found on our Growing Sunflowers page.