Swedish Flower Hens, knows as Blommehons, come in a bouquet of colors including black, red, yellow, and even blue. The tips of their feathers are white, giving them their "flowered" appearance.
First introduced to the US under a decade ago, these beauties are known for their adaptability to any environment. They come by this trait by a breeding process knows as landrace, meaning the birds of this breed were not selected by breeders for their features, but rather, allowed to repopulate by natural selection. This process developed a unique breed that will make a spectacular addition to any flock.
Swedish Flower Hens lays around 180 light brown eggs per year and have a sweet disposition.