Cherries are the seed distribution system for the cherry tree, just as acorns are for the oak tree or apples are for the apple tree. The cherries grow, then birds an mammals eat them. When the creature drops a cherry or excretes the seed, a new cherry tree is planted. If the place the seed is dropped is suitable for the tree to grow, it will grow and eventually produce more cherries.
yes, a sweet cherry tree can be pollinated with a sour cherry tree, although the resulting seed inside the cherry if planted will produce a tree that bears either semi sweet ,or semi sour cherries. so dont plant these seeds unless you want these kind of cherries taking up space on your land. dont worry though, the sweet cherry tree will still produce sweet cherries even though it was pollinated with sour cherry pollin
A cherry pit is a seed. The pit or seed of any fruit is exactly how a new bush or tree is grown. A cherry pit can be planted to grow a cherry tree. It'll take a long time, though. A 5-year-old sapling isn't very big. You can plant it and try, but it'll be a few years before a cherry tree will produce cherries.
It depends on the look you want. You always trim the tree from the bottom of the tree. To make it look like an umbrella which is trimmed high, or a mushroom which is evened at the lowest point. You should always keep the strongest central "leader". This will be the support for the weeping limps when it is mature. The "mushroom look" will cause scars and will make the tree look unnatural. The idea…