Get the look

Turn your space into a coastal escape with this laid back look full of sun-kissed colour, captivating foliage and low-fuss styling that’s straight outta Byron.

Beachy Green was designed by Shannon Fricke, creative director at Newrybar Merchants, an eclectic boutique south of Byron Bay.

The plants in this look

Aussie Crawl

This low growing native loves well drained soil and lots of light.


This scrambling shrub is known for its intensely coloured flowers.


The perfect feature plant for a tropical or formal garden design.

Canna Lily

These low maintenance plants have troplical-like foliage and large flowers.

Chalk sticks

A hardy and easy to grow plant.

Coral Seas

These trumpet-shaped flowers bloom in autumn and spring.

Cousin It

An unusual and extremely tough Australian native groundcover.

Desert Stars

The shrub is regularly adorned with attractive white, sweetly scented, star-shaped flowers.

Devil’s Ivy

An indoor winner! It tolerates neglect and low light.

Dichondra Silver Falls

A wonderful trailing plant with beautiful silver foliage.

Fiddle Leaf Fig

A popular, yet somewhat temperamental indoor plant.

Kangaroo Paw

A brightly coloured addition to a native Australian garden.

Kentia Palm

A popular age-old indoor plant, can also be grown outdoors.

Magnolia Little Gem

This evergreen magnolia is a great feature tree for small spaces.

Miss Muffet

A small shrub with fragrant cream flowers that appear in spring.

Peperomia Scandens

A semi-trailing plant with dark green, waxy heart-shaped leaves.


Pigface is a fun, versatile plant with a unique nick name.


A great hedge or pot plant that loves lots of sun.

Rubber plant

Best kept as an indoor specimen only!


A great low maintenence plant with flowers that attract bees and small birds.



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