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Can anyone identify this tree, please? Thank you in advance.

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Re: Can anyone identify this tree, please? Thank you in advance.

Just guessing, but it looks like a weed growing into a tree.

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Re: Can anyone identify this tree, please? Thank you in advance.

Do you know if the tree ever has blooms on it?

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Re: Can anyone identify this tree, please? Thank you in advance.

Looks like Catalpa.

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Re: Can anyone identify this tree, please? Thank you in advance.

Does it get white blooms?  Might be a catalpa.

 

https://dengarden.com/gardening/Catalpa-Tree-Facts-and-Details

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Re: Can anyone identify this tree, please? Thank you in advance.


@Sweetbay magnolia wrote:

Looks like Catalpa.


Thats my guess too. Catalpa. If so, it will get white blooms on it.

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Re: Can anyone identify this tree, please? Thank you in advance.

catalpa....the worms eat the leaves.  

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Re: Can anyone identify this tree, please? Thank you in advance.

Thanks everyone, I agree that I think it is a catalpa. I have one and it does get white blooms and has long pods. I have never seen worms on it however. These photos I shared are from my daughter in Va. and I wanted to ask before I told her I thought it was a catalpa. Thanks again!
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Re: Can anyone identify this tree, please? Thank you in advance.

My first guess is that it may be an empress tree--Paulownia tomentosa, but you will know for sure once it flowers.