In Genesis 1:27 we have the creation of Adam on the sixth day of creation.
Genesis 1:27a, So God created Adam in God's own image...
But in the next chapter, we have:
Genesis 2:5-7, in the hebrew literally says "And before there was any plant of the field in/on the earth or any herb (Heb: etseb) of the field had sprouted up (verb tsamach - spring up or sprout) ...  then the Lord God formed Adam from the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and the man became a living being.
This seems to point us back to day 3 of the genesis account after the earth was revealed by the pulling back and bounding of the waters below. Dry land was revealed, and then on day 3, plants were made to grow... Well before the beasts of the field were made or Adam in the previous account.
Genesis 1:12, in the hebrew says "And the earth brought forth (verb yatsa - came out) grass, herb (Heb: etseb) that yields seed according to its species, and the trees that bear fruit, with the seed inside, according to its species. ..."
It seems that Genesis 1:12 indicates that the herbs (etseb) had already sprouted (came out of the earth) in day three, before the creation of Adam in day 6. Genesis 2:5 seems to indicate that herbs of the field sprouted up after Adam was assembled from the dirt. Or at least it says that Adam was assembled before the herbs had sprouted. This would imply day 3 in the Genesis 1 narrative.
Is there some difference between "herbs" versus "herbs of the field" or the verbs "come out" versus "sprout up" when applied to plants? Seems to me there is no difference, but a temporal sequencing issue in the creation of humanity.
So was Adam made on day 3 according to Genesis 2, or Day 6 according to genesis 1, or is there some other map between these?