You may have noticed that your Orchid blooms have fallen off or maybe the spike has turned a bit yellow.  
  • Orchids will Typically re-bloom annually with proper care.
  • These orchids with no blooms are simply going through a dormant period while they store up energy to re-bloom- similar to how we sleep at night by storing up energy for the following day
  • To encourage faster re-blooming, after all blooms have fallen off, cut the orchid spike at the base, close to the orchid leaves. This allows the orchid to put the energy back into the roots where plant growth starts.

Don't be alarmed your orchid just finished its blooming cycle and, in due time, will begin to bloom again.

Orchid Growing Tips