Is anyone familiar with........

Jester

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the following species of Prunus? Do you know the botanical name? I am at my wits end trying to get an answer. No-one in Australia seems to know. Just to help, I "think" it is a cultivar of Prunus Elvins and that's the best that I can do. As you can see, the flowers are quite small by Prunus standards. Hope someone can help. I am after the botanical and common name. Having a lot of trouble getting an answer back here in Australia.

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John :eek:
 

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It's a prunus, probably a cherry. Specific cultivar really doesn't matter bonsaiwise. It should respond to the overall care recommended for that species. Dwarf cultivars tend to be very slow growers however.
 

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This one is...

Definitely not a slow grower..
 

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