This flower is like the "lonely little petunia in an onion patch" since it's the only one of its kind to bloom in the flower bed this summer. It is a Cleome, aka spider legs around here. I've never had any luck with purchased seeds, but it self-seeds. I don't know how it got here; the others were grown in a different place last year. I'm hoping it self-pollinates because I'm going to save seeds; I don't want to lose this flower.
Thanks to everyone who grieved with me over my doll's black eyes. Mary, from over at Colony Mountain Stitcheries, who makes beautiful dolls, suggested that I put a few coats of Gesso over this face, sand it really good, and then repaint before throwing her out. So I've put two coats on and we'll see how it goes. Thanks, Mary.
Oh, by the way, it's trying to rain here today; now if it would only get serious about it! My little turnip green seeds are lying in the dust, just waiting.