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Peckish No Grow Seed Mix

Peckish No Grow Seed Mix has been specially blended using ingredients that will not grow in your garden.

  • Ideal for gardeners
  • Seeds don't grow
  • No weeds
  • Available in 1.7kg and 12.75kg packs

Why is Peckish No Grow Seed Mix so good?

1. Non-germinating seeds

All of the ingredients in the seed mix have been flaked or kibbled - this damages the endosperm and prevents them from growing.*

2. High in energy

A blend of high energy oil seeds.

3. No mess - no waste

Husk free formula.


*Although every effort has been made to remove the husks and de-germinate seeds, due to the nature of the ingredients, some may remain.

Will attract the following birds

• Goldfinch • Greenfinch • Blackbird • Robin • Long Tailed Tit • Blue Tit • Chaffinch • Great Tit and many more!

How to use

To use in bird feeders, simply unzip the bag and pour the seed into a feeder. To feed on bird tables scatter the seed across the table. They can also be used in tray and ground feeders.

Where to site

Site your feeder 2 metres from cover to make the feeder visible, whilst providing a safe place to retreat. Put out food at the start of the day to ensure that birds can replace the energy they have lost overnight.

Feeding tips

With food resources scarcer now, it is essential to feed garden birds all year round. Once you have started to feed the birds it is important to continue this, and develop a routine, as the birds will become reliant upon your help.


Always ensure garden birds have plenty of fresh clean water for drinking and bathing • Clean feeding and drinking areas regularly with a mild disinfectant • Keep food fresh and dry, removing any wet food to prevent the spread of bacteria and diseases


• Contains nuts • Keep packaging away from children to avoid suffocation • Store in a cool dry place • Best used within 3 months of opening

Not suitable for human consumption


Kibbled Maize, Sunflower Hearts, Kibbled Peanuts, Flaked Naked Oats, Pinhead Oats, Flaked Barley and Flaked Wheat.

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