Hundreds of years ago in my first ever garden MIL had me digging these up and throwing them out. At the same time, ignoring the ever-increasing patch of ground elder.
I've heard that as well B3
That's because it's not a geranium lamweedy.
I'm still waiting for more photos
Nonea lutea is another good one for the early bees.
I don't know about tender exotics, not a clue
Helleborus foetidus I think. It flowers in late winter.
not cannabis, sorry
Pulmonaria rubra, nice red with plain green leaves, always has a flower or two out for the New Year's Day flower count unless it's a very harsh winter.
pulmonarias are good early in the year
all excuses accepted here Liz