Take the bags off and turn the heat off.
things do so much better when they seed themselves
good idea pf
The soil will need your help to improve tisch.
a bit of muck
It's an aberration caused by some sort of damage to the growing tip.
We had a thread called Fascinating Fasciation, have a search for it
2 is a hypericum. Is it shrubby or like a hardy perennial?
1 is probably one of the Mayweeds. Is there any scent to the leaves?
should be able to ID three but nothing
No idea re 4
each to their own
I have rootballs of shrubs in a different treatment category from bulbs and corms
Yes, fasciation. No worries, cut it off, it's not a disease
I wouldn't bother, winter will happen, no rush. Nature is better than a hosepipe.
hard to tell without a pic but wonder about fasciation
I can see soak for summer flowering anemones planted in spring but it would be a strange UK winter if the corms didn't get soaked naturally