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Question by  Gabriel (2146)

How can I grow cherry trees from pits?


Answer by  cantalopes (8)

first you eat a brick then you poop so hard you get exposive diareah, then you burp brown and red bubbles, then...voila! you pee on a stranger, and plant a toe nail then, in 40 sec. you will have your money tree with cherries the size of cantalopes! ...huray!

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Answer by  Rogbog (203)

Open the pits remove the seeds. Put the seeds in water for about two week and allow them to hydrate and start to "mature" before planting them in good soil.


Answer by  tumbleweed (8)

Start by soaking the pits in a root stimulation solution in a dark dry place like a cupboard or pantry. Let the cherry pits soak for at least 24 hours. Remove pits from solution and plant them.


Answer by  Anonymous

You can, just keep the pits in paper towels in the freezer for a week first. Then, plant them. They need indirect sunlight and damp soil. CAUTION: They take many years to begin producing cherries.


Answer by  Amom (701)

Growing a Cherry tree form a cherry pit is not a good idea, you need a tree that's right for your growing zone. Also it will take years before you will actually have a viable tree instead, purchase a Cherry tree with two years worth of growth. That way in a matter of 3 years, you will have Cherries.


Answer by  Zaka (2315)

Yes, but it will take a very long time. I would recommend buying a juvenile tree at a nursery and ask the attendant for further care.

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