Why would you want to do that? I can guess because the seeds (really
pits) happen to be handy. There is always the problem of growing any
fruit tree from a seed. Genetically, you will not get the same fruit
like the one the seed is taken from. With some fruit like apples,
forget it. Perhaps with a cherry tree, you may have a better chance,
but why take it? There are many good sources of cherry scion available
from a nursury or even a friendly neighbor. As long as the root stock
is compatible with your cherry (Prunus). technically you should be able
to graft onto it.
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