Posted: 02/04/2016 at 17:09
1. Heuchera, heucherella or Tiarella. It will have white, pink or red flowers.
2. Could be a variety of clematis or honeysuckle.
3. The pink flowers might be hyacinths that have been planted in your garden. The middle bit could be valerian and the bottom leaves in the middle are aquilegia.
4. The stem in the middle I think is a type of elder. The yellow flowering plant is Kerria japonica. It also looks as if there is a weed (ground elder) mixed in.
5. Leave as it is, just tidy up the dead bits or take it out of the pot and divide it and put a bit back in the pot and the other bits plant around the garden.
6. Yes its Hosta. Again you can do the same as you would with the geranium, or just plant the whole plant in the ground.
7. The blue flower is an anemone. The silvery leafed plant is a Lamium. It will have either white or pink flowers.
8. They are foxgloves. You can divide and replant if you want or leave as they are.
9. Its a Yucca or a Phormium.
10. This is a Peony, red or pink flower.
12. Might be a Euphorbia. Wear Gloves, and if you snap a stalk and white sap comes out, it definitely is. Don't touch the sap and wash your hands if you do.
13. Don't know.
14. Think this is a Buddleia. I prune in March.
15. Possibly a variety of Japonica.
16. Variety of sedum/sempervivum.
17. Creeping Jenny.
18. Azalea. Would leave this alone, it looks very happy.