With the recent cool weather I was able to shake off the 'I hate nature' blues and get back into the garden, take a few pictures, and pull up a few tons of Acalypa. I found that I have at least three color forms of the late-summer-flowering Anemone hupehensis, a big, easy, vigorous and spreading plant. Don't underestimate this species -- it likes to grow.
michiganflora.net that the genus was recently moved out of the figwort family, Scrophulariaceae, and into the Plantaginaceae, where it resides with the common weedy plantains. Weird to me! Perhaps meaningless to you. Wikipedia lays out the arcane details at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/plantaginaceae.