Phlomis, I was wondering if it might be perovskia.
The phlomis stems look great with a frost on through the winter
re the Bergenias, brown leaves are dead so cut them off if they don't pull.
I don't know what turkish sage is, sorry
Could well be the A. triquetum suggested earlier. Mine are at about that stage.
Alliums are onions Chris.
Or, more accurately, onions are alliums
If they're alliums they'll smell like alliums. Do they?
I'd rule out snowdrops. They're not snowdrop bulbs in the later pics
It's an herbaceous perennial so will die back for winter. Cut the dead tops off before you mulch. In some areas this one survives winter without help. It does in a garden very close to me, but mine died..I think it might have died of dry in summer rather rthan cold in winter
I agree with HCA, can't be done from that pic
Yes, keep us informed graham
you don't see the gaps Lesley
H. perforatum is an herbaceous perennial with seeds.
Pat (Australian Pat) says it's an invasive weed there but it doesn't seem much trouble in my garden
St John's Wort the medicine comes from Hypericum perforatum which doesn't have berries, I don't know which part is used.
Years ago this is the plant that was known as St John's Wort. Now every hypericum seems to be called St John's Wort.