can't be sure, it's too out of focus, but the main shrub could be Viburnum tinus after viburnum beetle breakfast time.
That lot could do with a good sort out.
ruscus berries are in the middle of the bits that look like leaves
Without an in focus photo/more info I can't do anything with that
I've never soaked them and they germinate well. I would have sowed them around September time if I had them. But now I'd probably leave them til late winter
Nice plant, it grows in old walls around here.
Try Emorsgate and Naturescape.
Not all seed companies say which are uk native wildflowers. Clary sage isn't native and Sweet Cicely is introduced
Resist 'treating' anything. It's not the way forward for a healthy garden. Rake over those lumps and if there are ants about the birds will eat them
Ants only form hills in unmown grass, they don't get a chance if the mower comes round
If they're flowering make the most of them. They're varieties of Bellis perennis, the plant people love to have in their perfect lawns
If it works I wouldn't change it
I don't know what oriental chives are but ordinary chives die back at the end of the season and re-grow in the spring