10 Seeds Dwarf Cherry Tree Self-Fertile Fruit Tree indoor/outdoor

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Germination: Seeds require a period of cold stratification to break their dormancy and jump-start the germination process. Normally, the seeds receive this stratification as they are left to overwinter out of doors. Because your forced-germination process is on a schedule that differs from the natural cycle, you must re-create the chilling period. Wrap the seeds in a moist paper towel, place them in a plastic bag, and seal the bag shut. Store the seeds in a 34- to 40-degree Fahrenheit refrigerator for 60 to 90 days. Grows well in a large flower pot or patio container. It takes up little space but provides great benefits. Place the Dwarf Cherry in a sheltered, sunny spot. SHOWY-A great cherry to eat fresh from the tree. Masses of rich, dark, juicy fruits. FRUITS-The fruit are juicy with a good flavor and are prolific especially when grown in a sheltered position. EASY TO GROW-Beautiful white flowers will be produced from April and the fruits will be ready for picking from late July.

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* Cold Stratification Required for Germination, Grows well in a large flower pot or patio container. It takes up little space but provides great benefits. Place the Dwarf Cherry in a sheltered, sunny spot. SHOWY- A great cherry to eat fresh from the tree.Masses of rich, dark, juicy fruits. FRUITS-The fruit are juicy with a good flavor and are prolific especially when grown in a sheltered position. EASY TO GROW-Beautiful white flowers will be produced from April and the fruits will be ready for picking from late July.

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