Name these plants

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I live in Zone 5 Wyoming, Michigan please held me identify these plants.
There are a few differnt angles I hope someone can tell me what these are so I can either keep them or pull em.
Thanks In Advance!
q name these plants, gardening, Thinking its some kind of tree
Thinking its some kind of tree
q name these plants, gardening, Thinking it s a tree
Thinking it's a tree
q name these plants, gardening, The red stemmed one
The red stemmed one.
q name these plants, gardening, Red stemmed one
Red stemmed one.
q name these plants, gardening, Red stemmed one
Red stemmed one.
q name these plants, gardening, Narrow leaf one
Narrow leaf one
q name these plants, gardening
q name these plants, gardening
q name these plants, gardening, Narrow leaf one
Narrow leaf one.
q name these plants, gardening, Grass of some kind
Grass of some kind.
q name these plants, gardening, Not sure tree maybe
Not sure tree maybe
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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Jun 02, 2016
    In all honesty I would wait and see what happens. You need to realize the difference of plants or weeds from state to state Plants from photos are very difficult to determine. I have a Horticultural back ground and some times have a hard time . With that said wait it out and summit new photos if t flowers should appear or if you choose not to wait go to your local garden center and speak to a knownlegable garden rep.
  • John Mooney John Mooney on Jun 02, 2016
    I agree with Janet. It could be a very young elm tree, or even a very young mulberry tree. I had something just like that in my yard a while back, and I transplanted it to a different part of the yard & just watched it for a while. In a few years, I had a nice young mulberry tree giving me plenty of shade, and serving as home for mockingbirds and hummingbirds.
  • MN Mom MN Mom on Jun 02, 2016
    These don't appear to be growing in places you want things to grow. ..looks like right up next to a fence and in a bucket? That being said, I would pull them up. If you can't decide, take the pictures or a couple leaves to a reputable nursery (not a home improvement garden spot) and ask the advice of a professional.
  • Jennifer White Jennifer White on Jun 02, 2016
    They are not in places I want. There are more than 1 plant I am looking to get identified. There are more than just the 2 pic. Looking to figure out what is growing in the bucket.
  • Cel1392365 Cel1392365 on Jun 03, 2016
    Bay leaf
  • Judy Riley Judy Riley on Jun 03, 2016
    in the bucket it looks like a poplar and maybe a morning glory vine. the first pic looks like maybe its a shrub. check out the trees and shrubs around the neighbourhood to see if you can find leaves like these. theone o the fence looks almost like wild hybiscus
  • Colleen Walpert Colleen Walpert on Jun 03, 2016
    Do you have any hickory trees around? The one in the bucket looks like a hickory. Are there two different ones in the bucket? The one with the rippley edge looks like some sort of poplar, maybe cottonwood. The one along the fence looks like an elm. Are the leaves kind of rough textured or are they smooth? Rough would indicate elm. The very first photo must be an oak. If you look closely, the acorn shell is lying at the base.
  • Mar2629170 Mar2629170 on Jun 03, 2016
    first picture it looks like oak tree and in the gray box birtch tree
  • Victoria Pierce Victoria Pierce on Jun 03, 2016
    First pic is an Oak tree!!! You can see the acorn!
  • Rodrigo Sebidos Rodrigo Sebidos on Jun 03, 2016
    There were three answers, a Poplar, Acorn, and Oak, these are trees full grown it well occupy much space of your yard. If you plan ahead, would you like one of these trees to grow in your yard?
    • DORLIS DORLIS on Jun 03, 2016
      @Rodrigo Sebidos Or you could have cottonwood or catalpa. Grass like plants could be cattails.
  • Jennifer White Jennifer White on Jun 03, 2016
    Thanks everyone. I'm going to pull them. I don't need any tree that size in my yard.
  • Charlene Rose Charlene Rose on Jun 03, 2016
    Get the app on your phone called "Garden Answers" you take a picture with your phone while the app is open and it tells you what it is. Also gives choices of what it may be. I use I all the time. If you're out shopping and see a plant near a restaurant you can find out what it is.
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