Germinating Frozen Cherry Pits

Is it still possible to germinate cherry pits after they have been frozen, not refrigerated, for about 10 weeks?

Hardiness Zone: 9b

By Mauritius from South TX

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August 12, 20090 found this helpful

One way to find out: take a couple and place in a glass jar between wet paper towels. Keep the towels wet. Just like we did with beans when we were in school. They may take a couple of weeks to grow, but then you would know whether they are viable or not.

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