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
Narcissus seed themselves, lots of leaves and no flowers for years. Unless you have a species you don't know what you're waiting for either