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nickelsnbills
Jun 6, 2020 12:49 PM CST
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Name: stone
near Macon Georgia (USA) (Zone 8a)
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stone
Jun 8, 2020 7:40 AM CST
nickelsnbills said:
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Maybe a hackberry tree?
Name: Daisy I
Reno, Nv (Zone 6b)
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DaisyI
Jun 8, 2020 11:20 AM CST
Its a tree. I want to say Mulberry but the growth habit is exactly like my baby Ume' trees which are Prunus.
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central ohio (Zone 5b)
PlantingOaks
Jun 10, 2020 5:36 PM CST
I'm not sure what it is, but we have lots of mulberry and hackberry sprouts in our yard, and it isn't one of those. The leaves to look hackberry-shaped, but young saplings hold them differently, more drooping sort of? hard to explain.

Lots of possibilities for trees and bushes with simple serrated leaves unfortunately.

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