This seems to be a wild oregano or marjoram in our yard. If left to grow it only gets 6-8" high.
With all this wet weather, it may be a good time to thin some plants if they are overcrowded, especially if you do not get good airflow. My beets were never thinned and I lost a few to rot, even though they have good sun and airflow. They just stayed wet too long.
As Judy pointed out in our garden club meeting Friday, it is also a good time to pull weeds. The soil is soft from all the rain and weeds come out much easier. :-)
Try to stay away from your plant's roots when walking though, the wet soil will also compact easily. All the more reason to have semi-permanent or permanent walkways.
Our daughter's garden got hit hard by mildew during this wet period. In discussing options, I pointed out that I have had MANY garden failures over the years, so don't get too discouraged if yours took a hit as well.
For many years my "garden" was indoors and even then it had its challenges, like white flies, spider mites and mealy bugs. They used to decimate my African violets in what seemed like a blink of an eye. Eventually I started recognizing the early warning signs and became determined to beat them.
My first outdoor garden away from my childhood home was in Mississippi. I rented a tiller, went to the garden center to get my supplies and worked very hard to create a dried up, wasteland that I tried to call a garden.
I am not sure if we ever really got anything from it. There were a lot of mistakes made and lessons learned from that, so when we moved into another house, I decided to make raised beds and became obsessive about grass clippings and leaves.
I had been reading old "Organic Gardening" magazines from my father and while I was probably not really organic yet, I learned a lot about plant requirements. I did much better but I am always challenged by Nature.