Last summer, a large wildflower emerged in the middle of our hosta garden. We spent some time identifying it and discovered that it was Three-leaved Rosenweed, which is native to the mountains west of us.
This summer, two of the plants returned. Again, they have grown to eight feet in height. The photo here was shot with me looking up. Currently, bees, butterflies, moths, and wasps cover the blooms. In the fall, the goldfinches will eat the seeds.