Sure these are simple - all over a raised bed....
First one is avens, related to geums but tiny yellow flowers, followed by seeds that stick to everything.
Don't know what the second one's called but that's a typical habitt for it. If you don't get rid of it it'll be everywhere, Which you might not mind. It's not invasive, has shallow, weak roots anf pretty flowers.
Cymbalria muralis, ivy leafed toadflax
I too have the second one (Cymbalria muralis), mostly growing out of cracks in my stone wall. I do generally take it off where I see it, but even so, I think it's quite pretty
It's very pretty. I'd love a wall with that growing in it.
Our native plants don't get the respect they deserve.
I,too, love ivy leaved toadflax and think its tiny snap dragonish flowers joyous.