Just a follow up:
From my experience, when I buy a cymbidium in bloom it would have dozens of flowers although each flower is smaller.
Once I get them to rebloom, I cant get them to produce more than 12 flowers on a spike, but each flower is significantly bigger than the original flowers. In this case, the flowers are almost twice as big as when I originally bought it a few years ago.
Could it be due to growing conditions? or am I having an excess/deficiency of certain nutrients?
This is the same plant, on its first rebloom two or three years ago. The petals back then looked a bit skinny compared to flowers now - or maybe the new flowers just need more time to stretch their arms.
Look I still have the same decorative pot