well, it is certainly interesting, and perhpas hard to tell without flowers. based on Rowely picturs, exilis is more mound forming, while capitella (which is very variable) is less tidy.
Here is my "picturatus' before I repotted it and almost killed it. I find I have a lot of problems repotting he Home Depot ones, they seem to go into shock swithcing from peat or whatever to some pumice. They are almost rootbound in the HD mix, maybe I shoud just cut if off. Has anyone had better luck?
I have various plants ID as capitella. Some are all red, some all green some red upper leafs and green underneath. None, other than the picturatus , are green on top, red underside of leafs. Rowley says the "the spotted leaves, usually red underneath, are a dead giveaway" for picturatus.
Rosemary, I am not as sure as you that yours isn't picturatus also. I can't see all that well, and m not familiar with Village Pagoda. But the flwoer is consistet with the flwoer of exilis in Rowley and not captitella. And it has a low habit, unlike the taller plants that are capitella.
and the campfire is bequtiful.
Here are three inflorecsnces from some of my capitella. they had pretty long inflorescenses, not short like the pictures in Rowley for exilis.