A. Continue watering and fertilizing as directed. Nobiles will typically bloom once per year, so you’ll need to be patient to have it rebloom. You can also repot, but you don’t necessarily have to go up in size unless it’s outgrown the pot. They do like to be a little “tight” in the pot.
Don’t cut the formerly blooming cane on the Nobile. It needs it to get stronger! You’ll want to continue to care, fertilize, etc because you want to grow another cane. Once that cane grows as big as you think it will get (it will probably be smaller than the previous one), and it has plenty of leaves, you’ll notice a knobby end starting at the top (called a mitten), it will look almost like the very top of a finger. Then you’ll want to go to cooling (dropping the temps down to 55-65°F at night). Once you see flowers, you can bring it back to normal room temp. The methods to rebloom Phalaenopsis are very similar methods to rebloom Nobiles.
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