I hope there are still flowers to come wakeshine.
I don't worry about rules. If I'm buying it's in ones, too expensive otherwise, then I divide or grow from seed to increase numbers. the thing about perennials is you can move them around if you don't like your first choice of position.
the hesperis is quite tall, lovely scent. Back of border is fine,
Tanacetum is perennial but I don't grow it and don't know flowering time
the hesperis are biennial and will flower next year
comb over mostly. If conditions are perfect, great. But conditions are rarely perfect.
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the trouble is common names.
Your plant is Centranthus ruber, aka valerian.
There is also Valeriana officianalis, aka valerian
and a passion flower, I thinl that one is Passiflora caerulea
and a hebe.
and a penstemon
I like the discussion that plant ID threads bring. If you used an app, you'd get an answer (right or wrong) but how would you know if it was really right or just something similar?
I wonder what the neighbour's agenda is
best time to plant?
Bulbs are plants, they like to be in the ground