Hi, I've been coming here for a while but this is my first time posting. I really love this forum though. Anyway, I bought a Navel Orange tree at Lowes in May. I figure it was a year or two old, since it was 8 to 10 inches high and fairly bushy. I brought it home and repotted it into a 10 inch clay container, and used 1 part standard Miracle Grow soil mixed with 1 part Vermiculite and 1 part Perlite. About three months after I repotted it it got some flowers and small oranges, then they all fell off. Then it started dropping leaves and had no new growth, until it was down to 14 leaves on three branches, which is where it's at now. Right after New Years I found some Miracle Grow Citrus and Palm soil, so I repotted it and it almost immediately got it's first new growth in 5 months. I was happy to see this but it turns out it's not leaves, it's flowers, and it's only three buds at the top of one branch. It's indoors in the winter and gets about 5 hours of direct sunlight per day, and I let it dry between waterings. Since I just repotted it I haven't fertilized, I figure I will hold off on that until mid February, but I plan on using 30-10-10 Azalea fertilizer with micronutrients which is what I use on my 6 year old Lemon tree. My question is, how do I encourage leaf growth instead of buds, and is there anything else I should do to encourage new growth on the other two branches? I would hate to lose this tree, it's a nice companion to my Lemon tree.