I cut my orchids back - they don't flower
I have five orchids, all phalaenopsis. I cut my orchids stems two years ago, most of them just above the leaves - and nothing has happened since. As they haven't grown back I think I may've cut them too short.
The only one which has grown back is the one I didn't cut much off! Last year none of them did anything - the one which I didn't cut much off is now looking like it's going to flower this year! The others have leaves but still no flower stems - will any stems grow back or have I killed off the flowers forever?
I live in West Yorkshire, England. All my orchids are kept indoors in the kitchen, would this make any difference due to the possible changes in temperature when I'm cooking?
They were all recently repotted in larger pots, in orchid compost, as all the orchids have been growing roots. The compost has a bark type consistancy, I was told it was the correct one for my orchids.
Do you think my orchids will flower again or have I done too much damage to them?
Thanks for reading.