agree with above comments, any further 'settling' is likely to make things worse, not better
the first looks like a gaillardia, possibly both are,I can't see the leaves and flower buds so well on the second
a good decision Anni
I'd put them all out. Maybe some won't flower til the next year but they'll get there
I think they're lovely, more delicate looking than the native Oenothera biennis. But I can't keep them without taking some action.
Chucking it down here, no gardening today
I'd save some of the seed and set it in pots. I don't find all the species self seed quite as well as Oenothera biennis.
Some of the others will flower in the first year but aren't reliably hardy. I think this may be one of those.
Oenothera but not biennis.
There are lots. Could be one of the paler versions of Oenothera versicolor. The leaves are right
start with the camera icon and don't try and upload to large a photo. It won't load but doesn't give a clue as to why. I reduce my pics to 30%
I prefer it the way it is. Searching for and reading old threads that may or may not answer your question is time consuming with no guaranteed result.
We don't need to be as other forums do we? (properly moderated or not). If all forums were the same there would be no choice.