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The unknown "tiny little thorny tree" looks an awful lot like an Osage Orange seedling to me. I'm sure there's other stuff it could be, but I've got a ton of them that look just like that.
 
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Awesome thanks. I tried to start one of those a few years ago in a different spot.
 
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