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Discussion in 'Plants: Identification' started by Virginia Downes, Feb 22, 2020.
This showed in my daughter's garden in Portland, Oregon and she is not sure if she should pull it.
I would look at trees and shrubs in the neighbourhood to see if any have the same leaves.
If doubt remains about its garden worthiness, perhaps put it in a pot until you know its name. It looks to me like something that could grow big quickly.
So far it looks like there was a snowberry there before the cleared and mulched area was made, and it is sprouting from a surviving piece of root crown.
It doesn't look like a weed, I agree it looks like a plant growing back after coppicing.
After searching and searching, I believe it is Japanese honeysuckle, which is invasive in many parts of the country. Japanese honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica )