Help with ID of these trees

remist17

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Need some help to ID these trees and if they would work for Bonsai. I live in South Central PA. These were not planted and came up on their own.

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garywood

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The first could be Kentucky coffee tree, the other is Mulberry
 

remist17

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I was thinking the same with locust and mulberry

Any make ok bonsai?\
 

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Skip the locust. Compound leaves don't reduce very well, if at all. The individual leaves on the locust are actually part of a bigger leaf stem that is shed in autumn. Ramification with trees that have compound leaves is very difficult to do.

It's not all that great,but Mulberry will work OK for bonsai.
 

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