I live by an orchard, and I've heard that if you pick an apple off the tree late in the season when its already ripe there is a good chance of the seeds starting to grow inside the apple. This is called vivipary. Is this true? If I picked an apple off an apple tree right now would I have a good chance of finding one of these apples? If not now, when is the right time? I live in Pa and it is getting cold. That'd be nice to get some extra apple seedlings without the whole stratifying process.