Collection: Sunflower Hearts for Birds

Buy high-quality, clean Sunflower Hearts direct from Haith's.

Sunflower hearts are a great source of nutrition for birds and have been known to attract Great Spotted Woodpeckers. Goldfinches have even been known to prefer them to Niger seeds in some gardens. Watch the video below to see this in action.

Haith’s Sunflower Hearts for Birds 

We source only the finest quality sunflower hearts and seeds for birds, which are meticulously cleaned to SuperClean™ standards, ensuring that your garden birds get the best nutrition to keep them healthy and happy.

Shop our range of high-quality sunflower hearts below: 


Sunflower Hearts for Birds

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The Attraction of Sunflower Hearts: Beyond the Ordinary

Sunflower hearts have a magnetic appeal to an array of garden birds. They're especially favoured by Great Spotted Woodpeckers and, intriguingly, Goldfinches — often choosing them over their traditional preference for Niger seeds.

Why Choose Haith’s Sunflower Seeds? 

Sunflower Hearts and seeds have a high oil content, making them an excellent source of energy for birds, especially during the cold winter months. They are also versatile and can be used in bird feeders, on bird tables, or scattered on the ground.

Our Sunflower Hearts bird food comes in a range of sizes from 1kg bags to 20kg bags so you can choose the best option for your bird's needs. 

Comparing Sunflower Hearts and Chips: Tailoring to Bird Preferences

Understanding the nuances between whole sunflower hearts and sunflower heart chips can help tailor your feeding strategy to meet different birds' needs. While whole hearts are ideal for larger birds capable of handling them, chips are perfect for smaller birds, ensuring that every species can enjoy the nutritional benefits sunflower hearts offer.

Sunflower Hearts FAQs

Can all types of birds eat sunflower hearts, or are they only suitable for certain species?

Sunflower hearts are enjoyed by a wide variety of bird species, from small garden birds like Finches and Sparrows to larger birds like Woodpeckers and Jays. We recommend  researching the specific dietary needs of the bird species you are looking to attract to ensure that sunflower hearts are a suitable addition to their diet. 

Can sunflower hearts be used in bird feeders?

Sunflower hearts can be used in bird feeders. They are a popular choice among bird enthusiasts because they are easy to eat and mess-free. You can use them in any type of bird feeder, including tube feeders, hopper feeders, and platform feeders. Keep in mind that birds may have different feeding preferences, so it's always a good idea to offer a variety of foods in your bird feeders to attract a wider range of bird species.

Can sunflower hearts go bad or expire?

Sunflower hearts can go bad or expire over time, just like any other type of birdseed. The shelf life of sunflower hearts can vary depending on factors such as storage conditions and the quality of the product. It's important to store them in a cool, dry place and use them within the recommended time frame.

Watch Goldfinches enjoying Haith’s sunflowers from the bird feeder

Take a look at our Sunflower Heart feeder

Sunflower Heart Feeder