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What is this beauty
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With more pictures, we may be able to help you better. Can you give us a close up of a leaf, front and back? A closer detail of the structure of a branch, maybe from underneath the tree? Also a closer look at the bark of the tree.
 
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Here we go
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Does it get yellow flowers? If so it might be Laburnum anagyroides
 
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Not sure I just moved in two months ago
 
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