Hedgerow Bird Seed Mix

This nutritious Hedgerow seed mix contains a blend of popular seeds and hedgerow berries loved by a wide variety of birds that visit your garden.

The hedgerow berries contained in this hedgerow seed mix are those that would usually be eaten by wild birds from Hedgerows and Woodlands, and we have added apple suet pellets for added energy.

Feed from the ground, a seed tray, bird table or a suitable seed feeder.

Composition: Whole Wheat, Black Sunflower Seeds, Peanut Granules, Kibbled Maize, Pinhead Oatmeal, Whole maize, Canary Seed, Niger Seed, White Dari, Red Dari, Suet, Rosehips, Juniper Berries, Rowan Berries, Soya Oil.

Hedgerow Bird Seed Mix

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