SOLVED: Is this a trumpet vine?

Gahanna, OH(Zone 6b)

This plant appeared this spring and is already about 3 feet high and several feet across. Given the opposite compound leaves, Campsis radicans is the closest match Iíve found, though I would appreciate confirmation or other suggestions.

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Powder Springs, GA(Zone 7b)

Not trumpet vine (Campsis radicans).

Looks more like a Bidens. If it is, it should be getting close to setting some flower buds. Maybe others will chime in.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=BIAR

Scott County, KY(Zone 5b)

Agree with Bidens sp... except for part of one compound leaf in upper right of first picture.

That looks like something different than that main plant in the center of the picture.

Show us more of THAT...

Gahanna, OH(Zone 6b)

Thank you both for your insight, itís much appreciated. I have found what appears to be the same plant on my property in SE Ohio as well (additional photos). The plant shown in the upper right corner of the first and last set of original photos is a tomato.

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Gahanna, OH(Zone 6b)

Bidens frondosa it seems

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