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SwissSue

Looks like a fig to me, but I'm no expert. Somebody will know.

Welshonion

It could even be ivy.  I think we need a bit more to go on.

marshmello

The leaf shape leads me too suggest, Sassafras.

nutcutlet

Some of the morning glories have leaves that shape

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BobTheGardener

Yes, nutcutlet, it does look like a young 'ivy leaved' type of morning glory.

Lizgoodbody

Looks like a fatsia or a fig but it's difficult to tell without seeing the size

nutcutlet

The OP says seedling, this isn't the seedling of a tree or shrub.

There is a fig tree planted next to it so it might be fig.. But the fig tree leaves look different than this one

marshmello

Nor does it look like the seedling of a climber, such as a morning glory in my experience.

nutcutlet

Look after it WOO2mia. We shall want to know what develops

Okay... it turned out to be a papaya tree

My father just asked me why i transplanted the papaya tree and i was like that's a papaya tree!! I just hope it's not dying because it wilting

nutcutlet

Perhaps not surprising none of us recognised it

 

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