While I'm asking dumb questions, what is this? It appeared near where my Good King Henrys disappeared, but the leaves are wrong. It's about 2 feet high - that's lady's mantle in the background for comparison. And the edges are not quite so silvery in real life as in the photo.
I have seen that exact same plant in a FB group.
If I remember correctly it was not yet identified 100%. One guess was Jacobea vulgaris (common ragwort). To identify, you can crush the leaves which will have a repulsive odour.
Careful, it is poisonous for some animals.
If it is ragwort indeed, it will bloom in the second year. It is fodder plant for some specialized butterfly caterpillars.
I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something; and because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do something that I can do. (E.E.Hale)