Question by  JasonHadley (245)

What is the process of germinating a cherry tree?

I would like to make sure my cherry tree is germinating.


Answer by  tarun04104 (183)

To ensure germination of cherry seeds, pits where one is going to put the cheery seeds should be at least 2 inches in depth and distance between two pits should not be less than 2 feet. The pits should be under regular supervision to ensure a fast growth and to avoid any kind of damage to the seedlings.


Answer by  MrPKitty (329)

If harvesting seeds, remove all the pulp, place the seeds in a container of peat moss covering the seeds completely. Place the container in a refrigerator for at least 4 weeks, spritzing with water so it doesn't dry out. Move to a sunny location. Seedling should emerge in 2-4 weeks.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

The only way to do that and make sure you are doing it correctly is to go to your local greenhouse and tell them what you want to do and what you have already done and they will be able to tell the correct way to do it.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Well, you can germinate it by using the cherry seeds. Always re water the tree often. Expose it in an area of great sunlight. You have to use the right kind of soil. Otherwise, I am telling you that it will not bloom very good. You also need to get some support for the tree once it blooms.


Answer by  Huntress (1935)

You start out with pits that are from fresh picked cherries and have not been refrigerated. If cherry trees grow in your area plant several pits since some won't make it through the process. Be aware that it takes time usually going through a winter cycle before germinating.


Answer by  Supriya36 (48)

keep cherry seeds covered by the soil in plastic bag, keep in refrigerator for 10 weeks. Then bury them in soil keep in sunlight spray some water.

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