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Cut it down when it has finished flowering.Mine didn't survive the winter. I don't think they are very long lived, but you may get them seeding around.
Looks like a dahlia,Dove.
You need a good sieve, and a load of compost or farm yard manure. Sieve out all the nasty bits. Fork in the compost to a depth of 15cm or 6 inches,and then plant into it.
You won't need a gym membership this year.
Normally the original seed potato rots off.
Is that Newman road, Kef? I worked up there a time or two.Nightmare.
Eucerin is good too. You can get both Eucerin and flexitol heel balm on prescription.
Looks a lot like the Malva mystic merlin, that were being given away by T&M last year.
Lots of things to grow now.....
radishes, kale, still time for carrots, beetroot, salad leaves.
The plants online probably wont be delivered until the winter, when they will deliver a crown or root. Use this time to get the soil ready with lots of compost or farm yard Manure.
If they didn't flower last year, and they don't this, then I would throw them away and get new next year.
I only keep the biggest corms from year to year.