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How do I get my moth orchid flowering again?

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Once the existing flower spike stops producing flowers, cut it off and move the plant into a cooler room. Keep it there for 4 weeks to encourage new flower spikes to form. When you see new green flower stems appearing above the leaves, move it back into the warmer room. Always feed it regularly for the best flowers.

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