When the plant drops its seed is the time to sow any hardy plant. Just sow and leave them alone.
I should think 3 or 4 years to flower,
I've just braved the mozzies and checked mine. They're almost black but not ripe. Except for the out papery bit, the whole thing is still green and damp
cannabis was common in birdseed until what seems like recent times to an oldie like me. A popular excuse when the cops came round
I fear the little white things are seed not yet ripe.
Specsavers for you Ladybird
seed pods, fruits. All plants flower and make seeds (unless very interfered with by man)
You can see the resemblance to tomatoes, a relative. But I think you shouldn't eat those, many of this family have poisonous bits
the tree is probably one of the small plum type trees, Bullace, something like that.
the Ivy is too distant
Eucalyptus is the one with fluffy flowers and a huge speed of growth, olive flowers aren't like that and it's much slower.
But it's not one I know