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first pic is a mystery volunteer from a garden bed, a shiny-leaf bean-looking thing, from somewhere that never had beans

2nd and 3rd pics are a tree which i thought was malus fusca for the longest time, before i looked into it more. strange prunus hybrid, ornamental escapee, alien invader?

any help is appreciated
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bark of tree is similar to aspen but leaves aren't..there are some aspen relatives that have leaves similar to that though but I don't know the names of them..something like magilly??
 
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The top picture looks like a redbud tree to me, except for the long stem... where are you located, Jahnavi? That info would help us narrow it down.
 
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i am in sw washington state, about 20 miles from portland
 
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