I have a cherry tree that was once cut down so the tree is actually sprouts for the old tree. Will the sprouts?

Will this tree bear fruit if I get another?

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  • Woody
    Lv 6
    7 years ago
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    It depends if the tree was grafted on to a rootstock.The shoots may not be sprouting from the old tree,,but from the rootstock.

    If this is the case,they will probably be wild cherry and will not fruit nor pollinate another cherry tree.

    Source(s): 60 years gardening experience.
  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    If it's self fruitful/self fertile it will produce with out another tree, if not then find out what type of tree you need to get for it to produce.

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