Skimmia is an evergreen, densely-populated shrub with a multitude of dark red or green tiny flower... MORE
Skimmia is an evergreen, densely-populated shrub with a multitude of dark red or green tiny flower buds which burst open during the spring season, yet also remain a popular flower throughout the autumn and winter months because of their similar appearance to berried branches.
Available as a potted planter or cut flower option at FLOWERBX, both are a beautiful marriage of luscious foliage and flowers. Our Potted Skimmia Planter is a long-lasting decor solution over the festive period, presented in a ceramic pot and finished with our signature bow decoration, whilst our cut skimmia varieties in traditional red and green offer a taster of this delightful shrub to gift a friend or loved one.
Order skimmia online with FLOWERBX for delivery across London. We make it simple and convenient to order flowers online and have them delivered to your home or to a loved one’s door, with complimentary standard delivery as well as signature gift wrapping.
We offer complimentary standard delivery, as well as gift wrapping when it comes to your delivery, so order today for a beautiful gift to treat yourself or a friend.
Send FLOWERBX this season
Send love and Seasons Greetings to someone special with a surprise skimmia plant delivery to their door. As well as receiving complimentary standard delivery and gift wrapping, why not accompany with one of our Christmas candles, room fragrances and flower accessories to compile the perfect gift set. Order by the 19th of December so they receive in time for Christmas.
How to care for your Ilex
Our potted skimmias appreciate a touch of brightness with partial shade.
Water your potted skimmia when soil is dry
All foliage branches with woody stems should be recut diagonally and split base of stem with secateurs to increase water flow.
Remove all excess foliage before placing in cool water.
All foliage should be above the waterline and water should be changed regularly
Your berries will respond best to temperatures between 10 and 15°C.