Did you know Dusty Miller had flowers?
This plant wintered over in a pot and now in its second year has started to blossom.
I'd seen this happen in other gardens, but never in mine.
It's a perennial plant in zone 8, but sometimes will come back in our climate (zone 6) after a mild winter.
In the south, it's grown as an annual and many gardeners remove the blossoms, preferring the silvery foliage.
Since it's unusual to see the plant bloom in my garden, I'm enjoying the blooms.
It will be interesting to see how long it flowers and how it will look when it's done putting on a show.
I'll keep you posted.