Henbit and Dead Nettle
I want to correct myself:
The picture with the bee is not henbit! It is red top dead nettle (lamium purpureum)It has reddish tops and fuzzy leaves, henbit does not.
Here is a picture of both: the round frilly leaf in the middle and upper r h side of the photo is henbit.
I do this every year and have to research it once again.
Henbit is lamium amplexicaule. Both are members of the mint family.
I found where both are considered potherbs, edibles.