Ficus Flash

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Ficus Microcarpa Flash

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  • Popular evergreen screening for Melbourne gardens
  • Low maintenance plants, ideal for hedging
  • Ideal for pleaching and underplanting
  • Mature plants grow 6 meters tall
  • Plant 1 meter apart for screening

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Description

Ficus Flash is your solution for swift, elegant screening and hedging. Its glossy evergreen foliage creates a lush, green boundary, perfect for privacy and landscaping. This versatile tree is low maintenance and ease of pruning make it an ideal choice for both immediate impact and long-term beauty.

 

Product Specifications

  • Common Name: Ficus Flash
  • Mature Height: 6-8 meters
  • Mature Width: 3-4 meters
  • Spacing: 1 meter apart for a screening hedge
  • Foliage: Glossy, bright green, evergreen leaves
  • Form/Habit: Tall, upright, dense growth habit
  • Uses: Hedge, privacy screen
  • Evergreen/Deciduous: Evergreen
  • Tolerates: Varied soil types, urban pollution
  • Drought Hardy: Yes, once established
  • Sun: Full sun to partial shade
  • Maintenance: Low; periodic shaping advised. Mulch during warmer weather
  • Water Requirement: Moderate; keep up water levels while establishing

 

Commonly Asked Questions

How far apart should I plant Ficus Flash for a screening hedge?

Planting Ficus Flash 1 meter apart is an excellent choice for creating a dense evergreen screening hedge. With its signature glossy green foliage, making it an ideal option for providing privacy and creating a lush green backdrop in your garden.

 

Can Ficus plants be pleached?

Ficus Flash is a popular choice for pleaching, which can be achieved through selective pruning. This creates drama in your garden design and allows space for contrasting underplanting.

 

Should I prune my Ficus?

Mid-winter is ideal for pruning before the new Spring foliage comes in. If your area is prone to frost, avoid pruning prior, as freshly cut tips can be damaged by the frost.