How to Get
Orchids to Rebloom
- When the last flower drops, cut your flower spike halfway down
- After cutting the stem with a clean, sharp blade, seal the cut
with melted candle wax or cinnamon powder to prevent bacterial
- A rebloom will probably occur if you continue to care properly
for your orchid. Simply follow orchid care guidelines.
- This rebloom should flourish for up to 3 to 4 months in perfection.