How to make phalaenopsis orchid rebloom

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Once phalaenopsis orchid stops producing flowers, it enters the period of dormancy. This resting period lasts from 6 to 9 months. Dormancy makes it possible for the species to restore all the nutrients expended during blooming time. After flowering period there comes the stage of reblooming which is a natural part of a bloom cycle. Orchids can blossom once again on their own. However, if you want to help phalaenopsis orchid rebloom, you should know for sure how to trigger this process.

As soon as your plant stops blooming, start fertilizing it every week at quarter-strength or once a month at full-strenght. This routine is essential if you want to make your phalaenopsis orchid rebloom.

Proper watering is also needed. The roots shouldn’t dry out completely between waterings.

You shouldn’t neglect the significance of light in this matter. If the species can’t be coaxed into blossom, that might be because of lack of bright light. So if you want reblooming to be successful, make sure that you provide the plant with adequate light.

The plant will flourish if the night temperatures are 55-65 degrees Fahrenheit.
Following these tips must help you to see your plant producing flowers again for 3-4 months.