ctcarol said:I agree with Sue, but it may be your tree is still to immature to bare fruit yet. Has it bloomed? Pruning for shape may be the wrong thing to do at this early stage as it may not have enough leaves to support fruit. Citrus trees need full sun to be happy, but indoor/outdoor plants do need to acclimate gradually.
Philipwonel said:They bloom in spring.
Flowers need to be pollinated, to bear fruit.
If no pollinators are around, you can hand pollinate with a tiny craft paint brush.
It's really to young, this year, to have fruit, next year though 👍.
I'll give you a plan !
Don't prune it this year, except for any wild branches.
Plan on pruning it, next year after it blooms, and has set fruit.
Sound good to you ?
More sun would be better. But ???
Citrus fertilizer. A yes.
For this fall :
I'd plan on, as big as a pot, as I could handle. To transplant too.
Make sure pot has drain hole/s.
Happy days ! Ttfn 😀