The plant isn't bad looking, either. This is the one blooming now, in a photo taken a few weeks ago:
The one that isn't blooming:
Speaking of silvery and circular, Artemisa 'Silver Brocade'. I thought I blogged about planting it, which was late last winter...but I didn't. It has grown a lot. May it never bloom, because it's perfect as it is.
Very much enjoying the annual Cosmos. Many of us begin with annuals, don't we? Then they are mostly abandoned for shrubs and perennials. Then we learn to add touches of annuals back into the mix, just a few, where needed. I'm at that place now.
The dumb thing was popping two seeds into the ground without labeling them, or at least writing down what seeds of which plant I popped. My excuse is: seeds I plant never sprout anyway, so why bother labeling them?
Oh no! You...grew?!?!
So, what are you?
No idea. It's not a rose, or salvia or Cosmos.