Does an apple's seed plant as a apple tree?
no.we can get a apple tree by planting a apple tree stem in the ground.now don't ask how is it originated.
You plant an apple seed. The seed should germinate and grow. You then have an apple seedling. This will eventually after a number of years grow into an apple tree which may or may not bear fruit. If it bears fruit the apples may or may not be worth while. So you see the whole process is interesting but not guaranteed to produce worthwhile fruit.
if the rest of the apple is not soft or bruised, it is fine. Just don't eat the seed. You could plant the seed and have an apple tree, but if you don't have good nutrients in your soil or the weather isn't right u may end up with a crab apple tree. Apples are pretty tough though, they grow all over Maine and it gets really cold here :)
The main reason is that your apple was, lets call it, tree A but the apples on it were fertilized by pollen which came from other trees, such as tree B, tree C, tree D, etc. So, the seed which your tree A produced are crosses between your tree A and some other tree. If you want to grow apples the same as those on your original tree you need to grow another tree from…
You can't plant a peach tree from a seed but you can grow a peach tree from a seed. Just put the seed in the ground keep it watered if there is no rain. The peach tree that grows from the seed may not be a good tree and it may take years to produce fruit it is best to buy a grafted tree and plant that.