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Welcome to Eden at Byron - a beautiful Garden Centre in Byron Bay

Here at Eden at Byron we’ve been inspiring gardeners for over 25 years. We’ve helped many people young and old to discover the joy of growing plants.

Our friendly team of qualified horticulturists has over 100 years of gardening experience between them, so we can give you the gardening advice that you need.

New to Gardening?

If you’re new to gardening feel free to pop into our garden centre and chat with one of our qualified horticulturists about the type of garden you want to create. We can assist with any type of gardening questions about herb and vegetable gardens, fruit trees, native plants, flowers, perennials, shrubs, annuals, potted plants, water plants, indoor plants, seedlings, and annuals – you name it, we can help you with it.

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As a member of our Rewards Club, you’ll join a select group of customers who enjoy a range of benefits. You’ll receive points for every dollar you spend, and you can redeem those points for in-store purchases. It’s free to join, so, if you’re not already a member, sign up next time you visit.

You’ll also receive our regular email newsletter, packed with great seasonal information about what to plant, and what’s looking good.

From Our Garden Blog

How to Grow Callistemons

Callistemons or Bottlebrushes are one of the hardiest Australian native plants. The bright bottlebrush shaped flowers a very impressive part of the spring landscape and are a delight for native birds and bees. The original Callistemons available to gardeners were all bold red but flower colours now range from red to pink, mauve, cream and...
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How to Grow Strawberries

Strawberries are one of the easiest fruiting plants to grow and it is certainly a treat to feast upon these sweet delights picked fresh from the garden Strawberries are ground-hugging, herbaceous plants, growing to about 15cm high and spreading into a clump 50–100cm wide. Their flowers are simple, five-petalled blooms that are pollinated by bees....
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