How long does it take to grow a cherry tree from a seed?

How long does it take to grow a cherry tree from a seed?

Cherry trees take about three years to establish and can begin bearing fruit in the fourth year. Most fruit crops do not produce the same year you plant it, but once it begins fruiting, it can continue to do so for yearsu2014a mature cherry tree can produce about 30u201350 quarts of fruit in a season.

How do you root a cherry tree from seed?

Lucky for you, the flesh of the fruit needs to go before planting. Enjoy the fruit and wipe off the last bits clinging to the seed with a damp paper towel. If it’s still early or mid-summer, let the seeds dry on a paper towel for a couple days, then store in an airtight container in a cool spot.

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