“Given the correct culture, plenty of diffused natural light and not overfed with nitrogen.
“If the plant is healthy then there is no reason why it should not flower regularly.”
For phalaenopsis orchids that haven’t flowered in years, George said there’s “no reason for it not to flower” if it is healthy.
“It may just need a push,” George remarked.
“Try moving to a different position, slightly cooler for a while, add some ‘bloom’ feed or even repot to give the plant a change and kickstart it back into flowering again.”