That looks like it may be a Shasta daisy. Shasta daisies are short lived perennials which means that if you planted them last year they may reappear in your garden for another year or two before they die out completely.
i have shastas these leaves and color are wrong
It looks like it may be some sort of Aster.
It's a Painted Daisy. Here's a link on growing them:
leaves are wrong
Eloise: toss this image into Google images!
It looks like it could be a purple painted daisy. https://gardenerspath.com/plants/flowers/grow-painted-daisy/
Hello my suspicion is aster or tahoka daisy please have a look at these images.
Often viewing associated green foliage helps.
Could be a wild daisy. Here’s a pic I found. Looks just like yours.
It reminds me of the grecian windflowers I planted in my yard years ago.
I totally agree with you Grecian Wind Flower & it is a bulb.
Where do you live?? this is world wide site will help to narrow it down some
Meant to post the growing area. Mid Atlantic. Zone 7a.
This flower looks like a daisy.
This is a Windflower, would look really good in a rock garden.
Whatever it is it's pretty!
Hi Eloise: I think what you have is an Anemone blanda. Here is a site that has your flower in it:)
Those are absolutely asters. Asters are a perennial, but grow wild in meadows here in Alberta--happy little purple wildflowers that bees and butterflies love! https://www.almanac.com/plant/asters
I think it looks like an Ice Plant.
it is wild Daisy !! love them