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Trying to figure this one out, only one on the property I've seen. A field guide for native trees would be nice.
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Yes it is on my U.P. property
 

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The bark looks like Elm but Elm leaves are toothed along the edges.

Willow leaves generally much more narrow with pointed tips.

Old farm? Menominee County? That county and on into the ‘banana belt’ have the highest tree species diversity in the U.P. But I am thinking it is a planted exotic.
 

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Bark looks elm as but leaves look different as said previously.
 
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Gray willow? This is a good one. My plant Id app says ***** willow.
 

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Leaves look like Spicebush to me. Generally a shrub but can reach 15 feet. Though I would only expect that to happen in the south. Bark all wrong for Spicebush though.
 

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I have this one in my backyard. Leaves look similar, but are opposite, not alternate. I think it is Viburnum. I searched for an alternate leafed viburnum, but came up empty.

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Eastern U.P. near Cedarville. House was built in 2006 and not an old farmstead.

Bebbs willow?
Black gum?
 
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