ok well at the risk of sounding like a total fruit cake, you do realize that it is a fluke and the tree the seed produces will not produce fruit doubled like that?
Ok, yes I know you know.
I'm just sayin'.
I have a huge black cherry tree in the yard that I get TONS of seedlings out of all over the place and they grow surprisingly fast, I think most cherry trees produce fruit pretty quickly.
The trick would be to find a pollinator. I bought some cherry trees this spring and the tag says they get fruit by themselves but produce more with a pollinator. The pollinator would have to bloom at the same time as the other tree, AND it has to be the same type (sweet, or tart) as they cannot pollinate eachother. I was surprised to learn that. I figured a tart cherry could pollinate a sweet, but I guess it does make sense.
So are there 2 pits or does it share 1 pit?
Fraternal or Identical?