Nelumbo, it's hard to tell without a closeup but check out ornamental flowering peaches [not grown for fruit] to see if yours could be one of them. I've seen them in white, light pink and bright pink.Annie at the Transplantable Rose
Although the tree is rather far away, it look slike it might be a Kwanzaan (spelling?) Cherry Tree. If you are in the Atlanta area, it is in the tail end of its blooming right now. Sincerely, A in Atlanta
Looks like a cherry to me...
It looks a lot like what my father called a peach rose tree. They are usually kept shorter as you would a shrub. I used to see a lot of them in NC. I tried to grow one here in GA and it didn't make it.
Looks like a cherry tree. Not sure which variety.
It is a double flowering peach (non-fruit bearing variety). And no, it is not kept as a shrub. It is a tree and it is sold in nurseries as a tree. They are quite common.
Double flowering peach is my bet. Ann in Atlanta
neThanks for your guesses! I need to take a close-up since I'm still unsure!
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