Meyer Lemon...Pruning Apocalypse?
I am a citrus newbie.
We have had this Meyer lemon tree in San Francisco for around 7 or 8 years. As you may know, we don't really have seasons. The tree was always prolific. A year or 2 ago I gave it a relatively heavy pruning to reduce bulk (who knew!?). I also had a stage (can't recall if it was before or after the pruning) when I plucked around half the the blossoms, on advice that it would reduce the number of lemons and increase the size. It has basically stopped producing. It produced some small, narrow lemons for a while. Now, there are some blossoms and some green lemon nubs that don't seem to go anywhere. It is healthy and putting on bulk, but no fruit. I understand the pruning could have been a mistake. I have never seriously fertilized it, but the soil is good and I have always casually fertilized it (e.g., aquarium water, left over ash, etc.) What to do?