Answer: Unfortunately, most of the plants you listed are not hardy in your area with the exception of the cranesbill and the santolina. Lavender, rosemary and lemon can be grown as container plants and brought indoors for the winter, and the others could possibly be planted as annuals or in containers as well.
However, as with all pre-suggested garden plans, I would suggest you consult with your local garden center or nursery to see what they will have in stock and what they would suggest you use in combination to create the look you want.
Your plant selection would be determined first off by the growing conditions you have, including winter hardiness, sun, wind, soil type, soil moisture and so on, and then finding something that would thrive while meeting the aesthetic considerations.
Good luck with your Tuscan motif!
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