looks a bit furry leaved for a physalis,
a photo of the whole plant would help, no hands included
spores are tiny and light, the air is full of them, they blow on the wind.
Laurus nobilis, usually called Bay or Bay Laurel. I have never seen those seeds though mine flowers every year.
I sit in mine for winter coffee breaks when the sun shines (not heated)
Could be Horse radish, get a bit of root out and test to be sure
C. pulverulentus or similar
It's a Euphorbia
looking good on just being left
Portugal laurel has black berries and rather smaller than the illustration
you'd better sow some PJ,