Some Useful Tips
There are two basic requirements for the optimal growth and fruiting of cherries, viz. sufficient planting space (for at least two cherry plants) and cold frosty winters. If you can provide these factors, you can definitely grow healthy and attractive cherries in your orchard.
Thus, one of the most crucial steps is choosing the correct planting area. If available, prepare soil in a sunny area that has well-drained, fertile soil. As sweet cherries require a pollinator, you need to have enough space for planting two or more trees.
Transplanting Young Plants
By spring, the seeds will germinate and develop leaves. As they reach about 9-12 inch, you can transplant them to your backyard, where they can grow permanently. If you prefer to grow dwarf cherry trees, you can skip the sowing, and purchase young shoots directly in spring. Plant these young plants in the same manner as you do for transplantation.
In case of disease infestations, an oil spray works best in controlling plant pathogens. Indeed, growing a cherry tree is rewarding, as the tree yields bucketfuls of delicious fruits with minimal care and effort.