IUCN Red List Status: Near Threatened and Lower Risk/Near Threatened (NT)
Prunus jacquemontii Hook.f., The flora of British India (Rosaceae); 1878 314 1878. (syn: Cerasus jacquemontii (Hook. fil.) Boiss.);
Afghanistan (Badakshan, Bamyan, Ghorat, Herat, Kabul, Kunar / Nuristan, Paktia /
Khost, Parwan), Pakistan (Baluchistan, Kurram, Chitral, Swat, Hazara), Pakistani
Kashmir (Astor), Jammu & Kashmir (Kashmir) as per Catalogue of Life;
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.
It has slender leaves that are ellipitical or obovate. The flowers are pink and grow in clusters of 2-3 blossoms with short petals.
(From Wikipedia on 19.9.15)
Below is the picture of Prunus jaquemontii, a small tree, recorded from Lahaul valley.
Thanks for showing this species. I hope a transhimalayan element. Known to occur in Uttarakhand also but never seen by me.