No need to dig them up, just plant somewhere where the soil gets a good sun baking in Spring and Summer. Sadly they just die out here for us as we are too cold in Spring.
You do need to be somewhere warm for the crocus to grow from one year to the next. The corms need heat ripening after flowering otherwise they do not re-flower.
Total thugs which self seed all over the place and are impossible to get rid of.
Really do look like Greengage. They make the most fantastic Jam. Ours were ready weeks ago.
One of the Scale insects. Can be very damaging as they are virus carrying sap suckers. They are not that easy to shift either. They are waterproof so you need to use a soap based insecticide sprayed on them. Might take a few applications too.
Very definitely, the Auriculas go with us.As do the Pleiones and the collection of Silver Saxifrages.
You could own this. We are selling up.
Nice that we agree for once S.S.
Shoo fly plant. Nicandra physlaodes. An annual which will self seed around.
Helichrysum 'Ruby Cluster is the most likely.