Answer: It doesn't sound as though your little orange tree is ever going to grow up and produce fruit. Rather than try to nurse it along, I'd vote for replacing it with a healthy new tree. Just to make sure your new tree gets off to a good start, be sure to find a sunny site for it, and amend the soil with compost or other organic matter to ensure good drainage. Keep your new tree well watered and fertilized and it should quickly become established in your landscape. It should produce fruit by the second year. Best wishes with your garden!
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