Most often gardeners use the above method as a way of obtaining a good rootstock, on which later it will be possible to graft the variety they like. But some enthusiasts manage to grow quite decent fruit-bearing trees with tasty sweet fruits from pips.
Cherry trees grown from a stone are more likely to bear fruit. But this method of propagation is always a lottery. You can get both a tree with large, sweet and juicy berries, and a "dud" on the plot, which will give a negligible amount of sour, small fruits.
Although even a dill should not be counted among the trees that are not beneficial. These cherries have a lot of useful qualities that will be successfully used by gardeners for the development of new varieties.
Cherry trees grown from pips are often used to decorate places where no fruit crops are usually planted - in parks, near businesses, along highways, as well as in areas adjacent to the site.
Also, cherry trees grown from seed can be used for bonsai style formation.