It might upset them a bit for start but they'll get over it. They're hardy. If you have a cold GH or frame you could keep them in pots over winter otherwise I'd harden them off and plant them out while the ground is still warm and they're growing well.
Not enough light, get them outside, nothing needs indoor treatment at the moment.
of course Hosta, someone needs to say that
it's not culinary B3, probably got some old medicinal use
I wish mine would behave like a weed Hosta
In my mothers garden it grew well in full sun and very dry, hard soil.
Mine is in much the same and has just sat there without expanding for years. Maybe I'll move it
the pink one is a potentilla.
the orange one might be a tithonia but I can't remember what the leaves are like
I was pretty sure from the leaves Hosata but the dead flower was the clincher
Filipendula vulgaris maybe
yes, that's what I mean pokhim