I have the opportunity to collect a few of these shrubs, they have decent trunks and great looking foliage, but I have been unable to ID them as of yet. A little help?
This is what I believe to be a Trumpet Vine (Campsis radicans).....
I thought it looked like an oak too...but I think it is Fagus sylvatica 'Laciniata'...Cutleaf Beech. Try it on Google Images and see what you think...I included one image below. The typical beech buds have probably not formed yet as it is still early in the season.
This is what I believe to be a Trumpet Vine (Campsis radicans), also known as "Cow itch vine. I have been cultivating one for a couple of years and can proudly say I have the largest one in bonsai cultivation. That is because no one else wants to mess with these. They are really fast growers and there branches can not be trained (extremely brittle) with wire once they start to turn woody. So get them going in the right direction while the shoot is green. That or clip and grow. A feature to this plant/tree is that its wood is fairly hard and dense. Unlike other vines such as wisteria. This wood does not punk when exposed.
I'll post pictures next....having technical difficulties
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