Some of the flowers around here simply don't stay put. You never know where exactly they will show up from year to year. The annuals, biennials and so called weak perennials are all prone to wandering around like this. They have good years and bad years. The Gloriosa Daisy is one of the wanderers in the weak perennial category. It is looking like they will have a good year.
The Gooseneck Loosestrife is an aggressive, some say invasive, colony forming, long lived perennial and it is having a bad year. Much of it was froze to the ground in the two late freezes after the early spring growth got too far advanced.
The Liatris stays put unless it is happy. Then it sets seed and new liatris can show up anywhere. I sowed seed of it in the cabin side bed and am finding it in the bed and in the gravel driveway. The ones I find in the driveway are being safely placed back in the bed.
The Gloriosa Daisy is actually Rudbeckia hirta, the same Rudbeckia hirta as Black-Eyed Susan and I don't get it. They look very different plant wise and the Susans are one tough mat forming perennial.
Oh well. They're pretty. They self seed and take care of themselves.That's all that really matters.