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I think I have both to excess
alkanet has the tap root, Brunnera a mass of wiry roots.
we await a pic
I think that's a lonicera, they don't all have a scent.
Wargrave Pink, a cultivar of G.endressii. The massed seedlings are no longer 'Wargrave Pink' but all much the same. Suitable for wild gardens (mine), not for polite company
I can't see it clearly but from the colour and the spread, probably Lysimachia ciliata 'Firecracker'
look at the leaves
I think that might be G. endressii and agree with Philippa and Espee
You describe this as a shrub and 'Halliana' is a twining climber. Is this a free standing shrub or a twining climber?
I agree with pansyface. Everything dies
Most plants sold in GCs as alpines are not alpines, they just don't grow very tall. Their sideways spread is considerable