Being able to choose what you cultivate is one of the delights of the gardener.
That said, the plants you refer to as “ugly weeds” each one has a name and a place in the ecosystem. Many times they have been the only vegetables available to me. And occasionally during harder times, even the only food on my plate.* They are also deeply medicinal.
Humans aside, they support the native pollinators who enable our tender cultivars to survive and flourish!
You have so much going on that I doubt you need another activity. But if you ever want to learn about Florida native plants, our local chapter of Florida Native Plant Society is a sweet group, and many of the people have formed lifelong human friendships there as well as befriending plants, and helping to restore Florida ecosystems.
*(Added later to just this post: The comment about wild plants often being my only vegetables, and a time or three even the only food on my plate, is NOT seeking sympathy for myself — I have forged my path in life, and any modest hardships I’ve experienced have made me a kinder and stronger person — but rather, seeking RESPECT for plant allies and for all species. A “weed” is just a plant we haven’t bothered to learn the name of. I bet that to other species, we sound like hicks and rubes and doofuses when we talk like this. And of course we (industrial nonindigenous consumerist critters) sound like the ecosystem-ravagers that we’ve become, by marinating in the synthetic Anglo-centric colonialist-consumerist “culture” we have co-created over the past several centuries.)