Would an esrog tree survive the Montreal, Quebec winter? I'm not even considering it bearing fruit. I have this esrog tree that is about 4 feet tall that I grew in my pre-kindergarten class and I've kept it on a shelf because if I put it on the floor the children will damage it. It's getting too tall now and has two main branches. I have lots of afternoon light in the class. The last time I had one like this and tried to bring it home it died b/c there is not much light in my house. I have offered it to a friend who could plant it in her yard but after reading about the citrus trees on this forum I don't think it would survive. Also I guess it would have to be planted in the middle spring so there would be no frost and it could get a good start. We grow them every year with the children and I usually keep one or two for me. I just hate to see this one die like the last one did.