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It's a sedum
Water them first or wait until it has rained a lot
Geranium phaeum 'Album' is a good one for dry shade
I use compost containing peat. Peat free composts are too variable
I give mine to a girl from work, or I could take them to our gardeners association
I get Clover multipurpose from our allotment shop, there are never any large lumps in it. It contains peat, you haven't specified if you do or don't like to use peat
I found some Sweet Cecily by the side of the road near Kilnsey Crag, it was near the field of yellow sheep for the Tour de France.
Is your clematis planted near to a wall or fence, and if so how far away? The higher the wall or fence the wider the rain shadow (when we get any rain) Did you plant the clematis the recommended 2 inches deeper than in it's pot?
My name is the same as my twitter one, when my sister was studying French she started calling me Fleur, that was already taken on Twitter so I expanded it to Fleurisa
Slugs and snails love to eat clematis