Thanks Sue, I thought it must be something like that.
If you have a huge enough pot in which to spread out the roots of a full grown plant, I can't see why not
I don't think arten is a clematis variety, It only appears in German links so is probably a German word, I don't speak German. The illustrations are all of different clematis
Never heard of it. email them and ask
Is it a proper label or just hand written and might be an abbreviation? Can't think what of though
I couldn't even get the bulbs to grow
the 'How to be a Gardener' videos are all on youtube if you find it easier to learn like that
moist, well -drained soil appears everywhere in instructions and means not a lot as far as I can see. A few lucky people might have something like that. Most of us have clay or too dry, or boggy, or something else difficult
Flowering now, low growing, I'd say Geranium x cantabrigiense, the hybrid of G. macrorrhizum with G dalmaticum. Probably the cultivar 'Cambridge'
I think hogweed meant stand a little closer to the bush to take the photo
If it's an aroid it will open up and declare itself very soon