Specsavers for you Dave
The stems look like potato vine to me but wasn't sure about the leaves when I compared them with mine. I think that's the most likely though.
I don't think it's Russian Vine.
Is this a current UK photo? Are we looking at an evergreen plant?
Is there any more information?, does it flower? can I see thorns there?
Another couple of shots might help
No. Wood and fungus go together
Right, no tech expertise here. Someone will give you a hint
Have you got a toolbar over where you type? 2nd from the right, there is what I'm told is a tree. I thought it was a green wine glass
I start from the tree in the tool bar. You can't upload from a phone, or so I'm told, I've never tried.
Physalis alkekengi / franchetti aka Chinese Lanterns. Not to be confused with the physalis that you buy to eat in the supermarkets. I don't know if you can eat these but I don't.
I think I'd pot these up and nurture them till leaves appear. Maybe soak them for a couple of hours to rehydrate. A dry packet isn't a good place to be if you're a plant
Familiar scene here LG
They are hardy and invasive if happy. They creep along by root extension.
Lovely seed pods, little to offer otherwise. I love them.
Seen here trying to overcome a sedum