one of the passion fruits, passiflora
We've probably burst the balloon Fairy
I don't think i could ID one of an infinite number of cultivars even with a photo
very nice plant as long as you don't eat it
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big and white yes
variegation no Verdun
It's hard to tell from the photo but if the seed pod was dry and the seeds were loose that's as good as they'll get. Whether they're viable or not is another question. If all your other aquilegias are varieties of Aquilegia vulgaris then these may look different, the species is A. chrysantha.
I like something with a bit of substance. I don't think I'd want a mini buddleia even if I had a mini garden. A big buddleia or no buddleia for me. and yes I do know the spelling has changed but I prefer the original.
I think if the pots are dry they'll be OK so maybe just plant them up for summer
What were the flowers like on the first one?
the middle one looks like Euphorbia 'Robbiae'
Have you some more photos of the third