I did some direct sowing in my garden, however, I'm not sure if these are anything I know.
The leaves seem familiar. The plant is rather low, 4", sturdy stems.
Here is a 2nd photo. These guys are growing in gravel.
Did you sow any Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) by chance? Pinch the leaves and see if they smell of chrysanthemums.
Yes, I have some feverfew some 50' away. I let them go to seed. However, the first picture, is the other side of the house!
I'll pinch the leaves and report.
Now if I can remember how chrysanthemums smelled ;-)
Does it bleed orange sap? It looks rather like Chelidonium majus to me.
I second the Chelidonium ID.
No, the leaves are different from Chelidonium:
I think it's Feverfew. It could be any of these forms:
Thanks lyco and carol, I believe seed money & pit are right. It's feverfew.
I rubbed the leaves on both plants. They had a both a very pungent smell, very nice actually.
I had to bruise the feverfew growing in the garden bed to get a smell out of it, but it was the same.
Not being familiar with it, I planted the original plant last year in a raised bed where roses grow. I assume high nitrogen made for a lanky plant.
The plants growing in gravel and the sandy soil are never watered, they look very nice actually quite unlike the tall plant which is 1' tall.