Growing Rainier Cherries

I live in Tennessee. Can I start Mt. Rainier cherries from the pits and expect them to grow well here?

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March 24, 20160 found this helpful

Yes. As long as you live in the more mountainous part of Tennessee where winters actually get cold. Cherries require four distinct seasons.

As for starting them from pits, I'm not sure hybrid cherries can be started this way. You can certainly try. However, it will cut years off your time frame to buy rainier cherry saplings instead.

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March 25, 20160 found this helpful

In another life, I lived at the base of Mt Rainier-Mt Rainier Cherry trees must be grafted to produce viable trees and fruit. A very easy online search for "Mt Rainier Cherry Grow" provided good replies. You can try a search yourself and this site for more information:

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