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Help with a tree ID  RSS feed

 
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Hi everyone. I need help with an ID on a tree I have growing in my yard. I have a bunch of little guys that came from this tree popping up in my yard like weeds, but I don't want to keep pulling them out if I can figure out a way o put them to use. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Shot of the big tree
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Close up of the leaves. Green top and red bottoms.
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A pic of the flowers from back in late January.
 
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Location: SE Pennsylvania, USA
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Where are you located, approximately? It looks to me like something that would be growing further south than I am very familiar with.
 
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Im in Miami Florida
 
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