Zenjeff, that's the double cultivar whose name escapes me. The species is much more like the OP.
I would cut back to the good bits, there's time left for more to be prioduced
One of the Pratias?
I think all fuchsias are perennial
If there's any green left they might survive. Cut off the dead, keep them moist but don't drown them. Don't feed them until they're growing and can use the feed
i think it's a dianthus.
I had a packet of seed that produced mixed colours with blooms like that.
MIne were from Chiltern seeds not T&M but they look the same
i'm with Berghill on 2, erigeron. Don't know which one.
A few leaves and a photo that shows the whole plant is always a great help with ID
not a culinary pea, something in that family. that huge family
Maybe something in the pea family for the one on the left.
Neither are the plants you list
sounds like rubbish to me. Another one of those gardening myths like not moving paeonies.
I've never been much of a lager drinker Dove but theirs won't be that fizzy-pop stuff will it?