Natural Bird Seed

Our food is wheat and filler free and mimics real food

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We have plastic free, sustainable feeders that look great

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We create wheat & filler free natural food

Garden Bird Food

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  • Autumn & Winter Mix


    Birds need our support in the colder months, that’s a fact. They also need the right level of nutrition too, there’s no point adding bird food that isn’t going to support them and help them to stay healthier when the weather is tough.

    That’s why we have developed an Autumn & Winter mix which really is great for those colder days. It’s not full of wheat or filler like Maize, Corn or Millet. It’s got real, nutritious seeds that will help them gain fat and stay alive.

    Birds can lose up to 20% of their own body weight in one night during the cold weather so it is important for them to be able to make a trip to your feeder knowing they will get the right food.

  • Natural Suet Pellets


    Suet Story 

    Not all suet is created equal, some cheap suet is full of wheat & no actual goodness – it can even be glued together with wood glue! When you open a bag of cheaper suet what do you smell? It’s horrid, isn’t it? Well, that isn’t the case with ours, we have an all natural suet with no filler made with peanut flour.

    When you open the bag to one of our suets you smell real natural smells – our peanut suet even gives people nut cravings!

  • Finch & Siskin

    I’ve always longed to get finches in my Garden, having never seen Goldfinches until recently other than online. I have spent ages thinking about what they like to eat and how they might like it presented. That’s how I developed my Finch & Siskin mix.

    Finch & Siskin is a staple of The Garden Crowd garden & the finches love it.

  • Robin & Friends


    We all love Robins – they’re are Britain’s favourite bird but do you know what and how they love to eat? We do. That’s why we’ve developed a mix of food that is nutritional and exciting to them! They love fruits, mealworms, and fat. They don’t like cracked corn, peas or red millet – that’s filler!

    After months of putting out different selections and seeing what they liked and what they didn’t – I created this mix with Cranberries, Diced Apple & Sultanas – it’s packed with 20% fruit!

    Robins love variety like all birds, so it’s got lots of different treats and when you pour it out, it’ll be a bit different each time.

  • Wooden Apple Feeder


    Apples, pears and fruits are a favourite of our feathery friends and this wooden apple bird feeder is the ideal way to leave them a little treat. Simply skewer an apple and hang the feeder up! Details Material: Metal, Wood Dimensions: Length: 18 cm Height: 19.5 cm Width: 6 cm



    The wire frame bird feeder is designed to provide an alternative feeding station in your garden. They clip on to branches of up to 15mm diameter and are ideal for feeding suet balls, bread and fruit to wild birds. The wire frame bird feeders are a great introduction to bird feeding for younger children as they can have fun sliding food…

  • Glass Window Feeder


    Imagine having small birds as your neighbours during your breakfast coffee. This birdfeeder from Eva Solo can easily be placed on the outside of the window and is also easy to clean. The simple design in glass creates a cute decoration on your window and can preferably be matched together with other outdoor products from Eva Solo. Details Material: Glass,…

  • Red Pip Pip Bird Feeder


    Pip Pip is a bird feeder from SMD that gives a colourful splash in your garden. Pip Pip is available in the colourful colours green and red plus a classy white. Pip is made of painted steel. Height including the pole is 156cm. For Pip Pip, you can buy a foot which allows you to place it anywhere you want.…

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