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Ficus hillii 'Flash' 12" Pot - Hello Hello Plants & Garden Supplies

Ficus macrocarpa hillii 'Flash' Ficus hillii ‘Flash’ can be used as a feature tree in a standard form or just let to grow free. Generally because of its dense foliage and fast growing habit it is well suited to screening and hedging. It has attractive foliage which consists of different beautiful glossy greens. Ficus hillii Flash can also be shaped into a standard (ball on a stick) topiary style tree and pleached. 12''/30cm pot

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Lisa Kaplan Design on Instagram: “Before & After.. I love seeing the transformation of a space. I have had the pleasure of adding the final touches to this beautiful…”

135 Likes, 20 Comments - Lisa Kaplan Design (@lisakaplandesign) on Instagram: “Before & After.. I love seeing the transformation of a space. I have had the pleasure of adding the…”

Ficus microcarpa Hillii Flash

The Weeping Fig, Ficus microcarpa Hillii Flash, is planted in parks and large gardens for shade or as a specimen tree. It works well as a hedge and can be used for topiary. It is also used as a container plant when young and establishes in two to four years.

Trees Impact

Trees Impact is recognised throughout Australia as the only truly specialised growers of large containerised domestic and civic trees, especially Australian native species.

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