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They're biennials. You sow them one year and they flower the next. Then they die so let them seed. The seed pods are decorative as well.
The flowers will be next year. That looks like honesty to me too.. Come autumn and the rainy season I'd spread them out a bit
You can search to see what's open for the ngs here.
Hi Victoria, I'm not positive on the lysimachia but you're right to discount veronicastrum, that's very different, especially the leaves as you say
What sort of poppies are they? The annual ones shed their seed through the summer and germinate either soon after or in spring. So now will be fine for them.
None of them need heat. Outside is best
Keep your eye on the plant and seed swap on the forum.
My garden was built for very little money and involved a lot of seeds. Including trees. Just needs more time than buying instant stuff but a lot more satisfying because you did it.
Perhaps it's seeded back to something closer to the species plant. I think dwarfness has been selected over time but the genes for something bigger might still be there.
go for it as Dave suggests
It does, doesn't it