Seems like in Florida you should be able to easily bloom this orchid. I looked up some information for you:
Temp: 84-85 F day and 68-71 F night
Light 2500-3500 Foot candles and Strong air movement at all times is recommended.Charles Baker reports plants growing in full sun, but Fowlie reported that in the habitat their leaves are protected by a hard resinous coat of lichen which covers the leaf surface and prevents evaporation, so be careful when introducing this plant into brighter conditions when this lichen is not present.
Humidity 80-85% year round
A rest period is not indicated by the climate data, although Dr. Fowlie indicated that these plants bloom, "after a distinct, prolonged period of rest". Water should be reduced in winter, especially if light is low, days are short, or temperatures cool. However, they should not be allowed to remain completely dry for more than a few days. (Charles Baker)
Hope this helps!