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
and don't worry about spelling.
I agree with Bob, Chenopodiaceae. I can't get nearer than that
thank you clattnow.
If you repost the one in the middle when it grows a bit someone may recognise it. someone may yet recognise it on this thread, not everyone is here all the time
what sort of poppy?
the annuals die after flowering and the perennials die back. but if you cut back the perennials you may get a fresh crop of leaves.