Has anyone here ever used mycorrhiza on their sansevierias? It is a fungus that aids in plant growth. It comes in powder form and applied to the roots, or mixed in the potting soil. Many wildflowers will not bloom without the presence of mycorrhiza in the soil. Lady Slipper orchids are notorious for dying after digging in the wild and replanting in a 'tame' garden. Trout lilies will seemingly not bloom w/o micorrhiza in the soil. I'm a sucker for things like this and I found some online for $16/pound so I thought I'd try it this year.