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Never offer corn covered in a red dye. Corn intended for planting is often treated with fungicides, marked with red dye as a warning. It is highly toxic to humans, livestock, and all birds.

Here’s our quick guide to seed types, including:

Milo is a favorite with many Western ground-feeding birds. On Cornell Lab of Ornithology seed preference tests, Steller’s Jays, Curve-billed Thrashers, and Gambel’s Quails preferred milo to sunflower. In another study, House Sparrows did not eat milo, but cowbirds did.

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Never offer buttered popcorn or any kind of microwave popcorn. Popped corn spoils quickly.

Goldfinches on thistle socks. Photo by Sarah Maclean/PFW.

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Safflower has a thick shell, hard for some birds to crack open, but is a favorite among cardinals. Some grosbeaks, chickadees, doves, and native sparrows also eat it. According to some sources, House Sparrows, European Starlings, and squirrels don’t like safflower, but in some areas seem to have developed a taste for it.

People living in apartments or who have trouble raking up seed shells under their feeders often offer shelled sunflower. Many birds love this, as of course do squirrels, and it’s expensive. Without the protection of the shell, sunflower hearts and chips quickly spoil, and can harbor dangerous bacteria, so it’s important to offer no more than can be eaten in a day or two.

Tulips are The Art & Soul of Spring.

Giant Darwin Hybrid Tulips
Sometimes referred to as perennial tulips by others, Giant Darwin Hybrid Tulips were introduced to the United States by John Scheepers, our great uncle, in 1951. Their huge, vibrant flowers on strong stems are known to return for multiple years when planted in a nice sunny spot with good drainage, fertilized regularly and not cut for bouquets. Flowering from mid-April into May, these stately tulips are excellent for spectacular garden displays and lovely cut flower arrangements. Top size bulbs: at least 12 cm. Bloom time: Mid-April into May. Plant 6″ to 8″ deep and 6″ apart. Horticultural zones 3-7. Height: 18″ to 26″ depending on the variety.

The huge flowers of Big Love are glistening dusky-pink with a lilac sheen, an interior white-encircled heart of gold accented by variable steel-blue flames and garnet-blushed stems. Tulip Class: Giant Darwin Hybrid. Bulb size: 12 cm/up. Late April/May. HZ: 3-7. 22”.

Tulips are The Art & Soul of Spring.

Giant Darwin Hybrid Tulips
Sometimes referred to as perennial tulips by others, Giant Darwin Hybrid Tulips were introduced to the United States by John Scheepers, our great uncle, in 1951. Their huge, vibrant flowers on strong stems are known to return for multiple years when planted in a nice sunny spot with good drainage, fertilized regularly and not cut for bouquets. Flowering from mid-April into May, these stately tulips are excellent for spectacular garden displays and lovely cut flower arrangements. Top size bulbs: at least 12 cm. Bloom time: Mid-April into May. Plant 6″ to 8″ deep and 6″ apart. Horticultural zones 3-7. Height: 18″ to 26″ depending on the variety.

Big love seeds

The company does not have a free shipping policy, the least expensive delivery choice is around ten dollars However, there are 31 unique varieties to choose from, all with an excellent germination rate of 80% or more. If your seeds fail to germinate, the company will resend you new seeds.

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