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Quartet Citrus Tree Collection

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A citrus medley! Start a dwarf citrus grove. These trees grow well in containers both indoors and outside. If you’re growing these trees in Zones 9-10, plant in containers or outside in the ground. For growers in Zones 4-8, we recommend planting citrus trees in containers so you can move them to a sheltered area or an unheated garage for adequate winter protection. Delight in homegrown citrus fruit for fresh eating and a wide range of culinary uses. Self-pollinating.

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Want a different variety? Or several different varieties? For a little more, you can substitute trees you may prefer. Call 800.836.9630, chat or email us to build your perfect Collection!

Tools & Supplies

Having the proper tools and supplies when growing your own can make the difference between a good harvest and a great harvest! Here's a list that our experts recommend for this variety.

Planting & Care

Learn all about how to grow citrus trees in The Growing Guide. An entire section of our website dedicated to your growing success.


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Why did you choose this?
Stark Bro's Store
Reasonable for four plants and shipping is very reasonable ..
Maria R on May 6, 2019
We live in zone 6B but want to try growing some potted citrus in our high tunnel.
April K on Mar 31, 2019
Reasonable for four plants and shipping is very reasonable ..
Maria R on May 6, 2019
I wanted the meyer products and they bundled oranges too. It was a win-win for me
Beverly P on Apr 28, 2019
We live in zone 6B but want to try growing some potted citrus in our high tunnel.
April K on Mar 31, 2019
A great way to start a fruit orchard in a hoop house.
Mike on Jan 13, 2019
Great size for starting a patio garden
Natasha M on Jan 6, 2019
I love citrus fruits and would like to start growing my own. The variety pack seemed the best deal money-wise, plus I like all the varieties included. I hope I am at least decent at raising them. I have never had fruit trees, only houseplants and outdoor veggie garden.
Toni P on May 9, 2018
I moved to KS from AZ and miss growing my own citrus. I needed small trees of dwarf varieties so I can grow them inside during the winter.
Jennifer W on May 4, 2018
i was planning on getting the lemon and lime only but the deal for this was too good to pass on
Dreana G on May 3, 2018
Quartet is doing great despite my neglect... Love them!
Michele S on Oct 22, 2016
I've wanted to try citrus trees for a while, I'm so excited for them to get here!
Regina S on Feb 25, 2016
Makes great bonsai.
Jon H on Feb 20, 2016
I wanted the meyer products and they bundled oranges too. It was a win-win for me
Beverly P on Apr 28, 2019
A great way to start a fruit orchard in a hoop house.
Mike on Jan 13, 2019
Can I grow these dwarf trees indoors?
Dina B on Mar 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Absolutely! These trees are very well suited to container/indoor growing. Put them in front of a sunny, south facing window and don't over water them. If you want them to fruit, you'll need to hand pollinate the flowers.
are they dwarf versions?
Olena S on Mar 23, 2018
BEST ANSWER: yes, mine are about the size of the ones in the picture on stark brothers and have not grown any bigger. They fruit well to.
what's causing my myer lemon to drop its leaves while indoors in winter with heat and led lights?
marya g on Feb 14, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi, Marya. Has the tree been moved? Is it possible the tree is catching a draft or is near a door that opens and closes frequently, letting cold air in? If the tree is in the same pot for 3 or more years, it may need repotting. See if the roots have reached the edge of the pot or are growing out of the bottom. It could also be overwatered or underwatered. These are all things that will make it drops its leaves.
Can I plant these trees out side.?
Babette R on Apr 1, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for contacting us. We don't recommend you planting them outside in the ground as citrus trees are sensitive. You can put them in bigger pots and put them outside during the day or in the evening. I hope this was helpful.
When do they bear fruit?
Randy S on Mar 30, 2019
BEST ANSWER: They should take 1-2 years to bear fruit with proper sunlight and nutrients.
What are the compatible fruits for my location 8B?
Joy A on May 31, 2019
BEST ANSWER: If you enter your ZIP code at the following link and we'll be able to display the popular products that are available and rated for your location: // Also look for check marked varieties as you shop to ensure compatibility with your zone. If you have more questions regarding zone compatibility, please call Customer Support at 800.325.4180 and they would be glad to help.
How long before they bear fruit?
Brett Q on Apr 20, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Each tree in this Collection will bear fruit in 1-2 years.
What the max height it will reach?
moon24634 on Apr 6, 2019
BEST ANSWER: They can reach 10' if left completely alone, but you can prune them to keep them as small as you want them. People even bonsai these trees!
Will these trees cross pollinate?
Patricia G on Apr 17, 2018
BEST ANSWER: No, they are all different species. Each is self-pollinating and doesn't require a partner.
What type of citrus tree is this what are the different types you get lemon? Lime? Orange? Etc...
Priscilla H on Apr 10, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Each tree that is included in the Collection is shown above, in the Description area. You can click on any individual image to read more about that tree.
What size pot would you put it in and repoting it later to even bigger pot work?
Linda sells on Mar 26, 2018
BEST ANSWER: You can start it in a 10" pot and "pot up" to a larger size when the roots reach the inside edges of the pot.

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Nice little trees
I ordered the Quartet citrus tree collection a couple of weeks ago. They were shipped quickly, arrived just fine and are now potted and in my patio garden. It was obvious that Stark Brothers took great care in selecting, packaging and shipping this collection. I am VERY pleased! I would give the collection 5 stars but it's a little early; I need to wait and see how well the little trees fare over the spring and summer. However, so far I am very pleased. Top notch collection!
March 23, 2017
over 4 years ago
fruit from 3 of 4 already!!!
I was thinking as small as they were it would be years before I got fruit, but i harvested 2 lemons and a orange the first summer. This spring 3 are blooming like crazy and started little fruit, so much in fact that I have removed most blooms. The one not blooming is growing like crazy and looks very healthy just no blooms yet. Great trees!!!
May 10, 2017
over 4 years ago
Great experience!
I ordered the quartet a year ago, the plants are still doing Great! They are still small but all are alive and my Meyer lemon has a fruit on it! I'm in the Midwest so trees live in pots and are outdoors in summer and indoors near a window in winter
May 18, 2017
over 5 years ago
Love my citrus trees.
These trees shipped beautifully, and arrived very healthy. I am very excited for when they will start to fruit.
May 10, 2017
over 4 years ago
three out of four ain't bad for me
this is the second season for my 4 plants. all 4 did very well on my front porch for the first year. starting their second season, only one has fruit, the lemon. the orange tree did well until a month ago. for unknown reasons, it dropped every leaf it had, it's totally bare. I don't know why. i will keep watch to see if it comes back. otherwise, i'm quite happy with my porch container plants. all of the others have new growth and appear healthy and happy.
May 7, 2017
over 4 years ago
The Meyer lemon is thriving and (slowly but continuously) bearing fruit. The other three look good, and two are now starting to flower after about a year.
May 15, 2017
over 5 years ago
Healthy Stock
Love my Citrus Collection.
Delivered as expected last spring. Wintered indoors and expecting a good growth in our hot humid KY summers.
May 2, 2019
over 3 years ago
3 out of 4 not bad
We have three out of four still growing. Have not had any fruit but they are looking good.Can't wait to see how it turns out.
May 5, 2019
over 2 years ago
All but the lemon is doing well
I have these planted in pots outside currently and will bring them in when the weather changes. But so far they are all doing well except for the lemon one. It has a few bright green leaves but has lost the majority of them. I have checked the PH level and ensured that the soil mixture is correct....I'll have to do more research to see what the issue may be.
June 7, 2018
over 3 years ago