Transplanting a cherry tree, and grafting onto it.
I found two cherry trees that must have grown from spitting seeds, or birds. They are in the woods at the edge of my yard. I saw a dozen or so cherries on one of them last year but they aren't in the sun. I didn't get a chance to taste one. They were at the top, and the birds must have got them. I was thinking of cutting the trunk topping the tree six foot from the roots and making a multi grafted sweet cherry tree. Six foot up is so I can stay up away from deer. I want to transplant to direct sunlight too. So should I cut and graft this year and then transplant next year after the grafts take, or should I cut, transplant, and graft all in one year? The trunks are about two to three inches in diameter, and the trees are about twelve foot high with very few branches. I have already collected bing and rainier scion wood. I can always add more latter.