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The top one looks more like Salix caprea
I think it's perennial but it self seeds in a big way
I'd been wary of the montana if you don't want something that takes over
Izal was very good as tracing paper and for putting over a comb to make a 'musical instrument'.
But as for using it anywhere else
This really does have a trunk and bark does it? stiff? woody?
I can't enlarge the photos and have a good look but what I can see looks remarkably like the thalictrum that Pete suggested
Suckers come up from the roots of plants and develop into more trees.
There's also the possibility of seedlings which look very similar after a few mowings
Not a lot of bark on a thalictrum either
2 questions in addition to more pics.
Are those flowers on bare branches?
When was the picture taken?
I agree, I've got those
Lovely photo Gardengirl