If anyone can lend some help on this, I would be grateful: I have two landscape contractors planting two separate phases of a job. They are both planting Prunus x yedoensis 'Akebono'. The trees planted by one look quite different from the trees planted by the other. They are both cherries, but they are not both Akebono, as far as I can tell. In the twig photo, the bottom twig is the one I believe to be Akebono. In the full tree photo with the sign in the background, I believe to be Akebono The other full tree photo is the one I would like to identify. Based on its form, I haven't seen anything like it. I don't have the luxury of waiting until bloom/leafout to help in identification. Thanks for any help.