Funtastick Calibrachoa Tree

The Calibrachoa Tree joins Hishtil’s Funtastick series that includes: Funtastick Pepper (Conic and Meduza) and Funtastick Basil Tree. High-stem calibrachoa—developed and patented by Hishtil’s R&D Department—is a beautiful, rounded-shape head with massive flower power. This one-of-a-kind ornamental tree is grafted by Hishtil, providing all the benefits grafted plants have, including drought durability and long-lasting flowering. Available in four colors: Yellow Chocolate Ring, Mandarine, Real Red and Cherry Red (pictured).

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