Posted: 22/01/2014 at 23:18
Agastache.....pot on a couple of times before plantImg out in the sunniest spot possible. In late summer or early autumn you can divide ...carefully....and pot up and keep indoors.
Dcentra...just let if grow. Best to leave a small marker in the ground as it disappears in late summer sometimes but will do in autumn. no "pruning". Same with others there
Sarcoccoca, you can prune it after flowering to keep it bushy and compact. You can shape it too. I go over it with shears to make a nice evergreen dome.
Dont think any will go leggy. Usually this is because of overplantimg in low light.
Veronica is very easy to propagate.....I lift and divide in autumn and pot up. Cut flowered stems off during the growing season to prolong flowering
Careful when you handle your euphorbia....they exude a sap that is caustic so wear gloves and don't touch your face or eyes without washing your hands. Prune this after flowerimg by removing the flowered stems to ground level.