Recently, I purchased my first bonsai tree from a local gardening store. I got interested in bonsai by researching a lot about them online, and I finally decided to buy my own. When I asked the clerk what kind of tree I picked out, he first told me that it was a cherry tree, but then he said it was a moonshadow. Based on what I'd seen online, I personally thought it was a Chinese Elm at first glance, but I noticed that it bloomed flowers. So, when I got home, I looked up how I should best care for a moonshadow and was surprised to see that the only moonshadow plant I could find was a shrub. So I examined the tree closer and I noticed that there were little round yellow "fruit" or something on the soil of the plant. The tree has one flower on it that is beginning to bloom, and few that had fallen off into the pot. They are pink and have five pedals based on the ones inside the pot. The flower has one main style as well. I should mention that I live in Georgia (United States) and I'm in the 8a zone. The person at the store told me I should put it in a window seal with a high light level, but I'm not really sure about that since he was talking about it as a moonshadow. Here's a picture of it I took the other day before I brought it home from the store, any information would be appreciated!