You could look at Viburnum davidii, that's quite small
Might be a Weigela, one of the yellow leaved cultivars
I don't know the rules
It'll tick over til you move.
Test the soil before you make an offer on the house
I didn't realise it was in a container. How big is it? paeonies are potentially big plants and do much better where the roots can expand into soil. That may be holding it back from flowering.
You won't get those big multi-petaled pompom flowers from seed but I see that as an advantage, so do the bees.
that would bring them to a sad end
I think it looks like an achillea. Don't know which species, does A. ptamica come in pink forms.
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Or a past tense verb
get them into individual pots, not too big, just big enough to fit the roots in and keep potting them on til they fill at least a 2L pot. Then you can plant them out. They grow very quickly and will flower this year