This pair of trees were photographed outside a private yard in Lynn Valley on Easter Monday. They were clearly the same variety, but grafted on different rootstocks. By the rootstock I'm presuming they are cherries, but the flowers were quite small, perhaps the size of a quarter and the calyx has an unusual bell shape which seemed to keep the flowers from opening as flat as most cherries. The flowers had pale pink petals which shaded to red in the centres and were quite distinctive. I can't remember if they had a slight fragrance or not. The small flowers created a delicate lacy which combined with the open vase shape was very attractive. In my opinion they would probably look even nicer on their own rootstock.