Q: Recently my mother-in-law plant bloomed for two weeks. It had one shoot with honeysuckle-type blooms. I was told that since it bloomed I need to repot it. Any advice?
A: The need to repot depends on whether you want more blooms. Like many tropical plants, mother-in-law plant, ^Sansevieria trifasciata^, blooms when the roots are crowded. Unless you are unhappy with the way it looks, I’d leave it alone.