A friend on Salt Spring Island has sent me photos of two trees for ID. I was going to say Prunus avium based on the leaf margins and the reflexed sepals, but the amount of hair on the leaf backs and calyx and the flowers in corymbs rather than umbels have be wondering if they are Prunus x pugetensis. The second tree is between two bitter cherries (Prunus emarginata), and the two in question are different from those. What gives me pause about this ID is that there are no notches on the petal edges (well, maybe I can see one), and that was a characteristic mentioned in a previous thread. I have never all by myself identified a Puget cherry, would like confirmation or direction. Thank you. Tree 1, near a rock outcropping Tree two, near a gate, between two Prunus emarginata The bark looks more like P. emarginata than P. avium. It looks like the P. emarginata has made it into the right side of the third photo.