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Prunus jacquemontii, sometimes called Afghan cherry, Afghan bush cherry, Afghan dwarf cherry, or flowering almond, a name shared with Prunus triloba, is shrub which originates from Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, Tajikistan, and Tibet. The species name refers to French botanist Victor Jacquemont. It has slender leaves that are ellipitical or obovate. The flowers are pink and grow in clusters of 2-3 blossoms with short petals.