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Maybe Aralia racemosa.
Here are some more photos. Does this help?
Thanks a lot!
Thanks. But are northern catalpa leaves toothed as these appear to be?
We do not have a photo of the plant in situ. Said to be a "shrub" 3.5 feet tall and 7 feet wide. Minnesota plant.
The photos are all we have to go on. Thanks.
Interesting possibility. We hadn't thought of galls. Unfortunately we don't have and can't get more information about this plant. Thanks a lot.
We still haven't been able to identify this plant. Thanks for asking!
In another forum this Minnesota plant described as a weed was incorrectly identified as three-seeded mercury. We don't have any other information...
Flower buds have formed. So the plant isn't an Urticaceae). I've concluded it's probably white snakeroot.
Flower buds have formed. I've...
Most leaves of this species are finely toothed so I discounted the ID until I learned the leaves can be toothy or not.
Viburnum opulus var....
We took a look (online) at some viburnums including V. acerifolium but the leaves appear to be finely toothed while those in the above photos are...
A correspondent is trying to identify this understory plant growing in the Twin Cities, Minnesota area in rich clay soil among box elders, oaks,...
Your ID looks correct to me. Thank you very much. This one is new to me.
The photo is all we have to go on. It's growing in a Minnesota perennial border.
Thank you Sulev. I considered both of those--but couldn't be sure.
This plant popped up in a perennial bed. It's woody stems were cut back and this is new growth. It's leaves resemble currants. If not that,...
Thanks for your comments in this regard.
After more investigation, I've concluded the plant is probably Boehmeria cylindrica (Small-spike False Nettle).
I got some help here: Boehmeria...