not purple toadflax
I think what you've got there is the annual sold as Echium vulgare 'Blue Bedder', rather that the native biennial which is also called Echium vulgare but looks quite different
plant it out as a potfull and don't disturb the roots, they sulk if you do that.
It's a clematis
Rowan for me
a close up of the twigs and leaves and one of the bark would be good. Has it flowered?
I think the things in the centre of the first pic are eschscholzia, Californian poppy
and in pic 2
I can't see 3 clearly enough
That's what we needed, a close-up. Phlomis fruticosa
Pam's Choice is a selection of Digitalis purpurea, our native foxglove. There are many such selections and they all seed back to the basic species eventually.It's in the genes. I think they have to be kept in isolation to get 'Pam's Choice' again.