Right, out of that lot the delphiniums are perennials, and the digitalis (or foxgloves to mere mortals like me) will self-seed. The delphiniums and foxgloves are quite tall and will go nicely at the back of a border, the echinacea and penstemons in the middle, and lavenders at the front. Not sure about the geum.
I get my hanging baskets (the easy-fll ones) from ebay, and shops like aldi and lidl are great for bargains - I got 6 fuchsia plants for £2 per pack from aldi, a fraction of the price of garden centres, you need to go in on the day to get the best bargains. I also got a selection of planters from there at reasonable prices. I love the T&M offers, sometimes I have to delete the email before I open it, though, it's just too tempting. I did get a massive bargain, I ordered the 'lucky dip' lilly bulbs along with my strawberry runners, expecting to get half a dozen standard or day lillies, imagine my amazement when the postman turned up with a box of 15, yes, 15 tree lilly bulbs (my favourites!). Never had any complaints (so far) about the quality of their plants, which is more than I can say for suttons and I won't buy anything else from parkers bulbs after I bought an offer from the mirror, the perennials were half-dead (some have revived with a bit of TLC), and the pack contained 2 free slugs. Unacceptable!!