How Do I Get Orchids to Bloom Again?

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Orchids will bloom if they are given the right seasonal cues. To make them bloom again, move the plant to a cooler and darker spot for a month. Next, water them only when they have completely dried out. After this, move them back to their previous location after the month is over and feed them with bloom formula.
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Orchids can be made to gloom again by being placed outdoors in summers and in the coolest lightest positions in winter. Excessive manure should not be used as this will only promote leaf growth, instead use bloom promoting fertilizer to encourage blooming.
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