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FW: unknown tree branch

Below is a link to a branch of a small tree that has shown up in several
garden beds.  The leaves are no more than 1 1/2" at the largest.  I'm
pulling it out of just about every bed I have, but I can't identify what it
is.  Does anyone know?  No know flowers or seeds have shown up and the form
as it grows older is vase shaped.  It grows rapidly, reaching 3' in less
than 18 months.  It even grows in rocks on concrete.  The branches are

Wish I could tell you more.  I've been trying to find it in tree books and
really wish my dad were still around to tell me what it is.  He knew just
about every tree type I'd ever seen.


Thanks and blessings,
Bonnie (SW OH - zone 5)

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