Light green Nicotiana alata 'Limelight', started from seed three years ago, has helpfully reseeded everywhere it's needed, every summer since. Last year, one of the volunteers showed up in pink-purple, and my wish that there'd be more of it this year has come true. I'm seeing a few this year that are leaning red (confirming my suspicion that this wasn't a spontaneous sport, but a souvenir of cross-pollination with the store-bought red miniature nicotiana I had in one of the whiskey barrels a few summers ago), and even one which seems quaintly old-fashioned, with tea-stained petals.
And this? Mutant Rudbeckia hirta, crinkly and green. I'd love to get a bunch of these into a green glass bottle, surrounded by the nicotiana of many colors.