This is called Jerusalem sage. Not sure if it is actually a sage plant, have never used it that way as have tons of sage, but it makes a very interesting dried flower.
A bouquet from my garden, phlox, lupine, foxglove, some peonies. This time of year my windowsills are heavy with vases and the falling petals litter the area. Still, it’s nice to bring some of the flowers in and their subtle perfume carries throughout the house.