I received this house plant as a cutting from a lovely lady at church. It is called "Angel's Wing," so it is meaningful and a sweet, thoughtful gift. It has been so happy in our master bathroom that it is getting too large for the tub deck. I am starting to be a little bit afraid of its size. I am only 5'1" tall; it is at least 3' tall, and I think it is approaching 4 feet. [If you read this, LG, thank you again for it. It's beautiful.]
David is at least 5'6" tall and here is the Angel's Wing, trying to look short, next to him (it's clearly bending over so you won't see how tall it really is).
I asked my brother-in-law, Jim, if it could be planted outdoors when his crew was working on our yard today. He said, "No, it's a houseplant; it will die." Rats!
Does this look like an indoor plant to you? It looks to me as if it wants to go outside, and it would look so pretty in our yard. It grew this big from a CUTTING, I mean, a little plant. I'm not sure how much of my house I am willing to cede to it. I think it might want a home with higher ceilings, or a taller mistress. I know that I am not growing. I feel a sentimental attachment to it, but if it gets as tall as I am, I don't know what I will do...
UPDATE: I found info online about making cuttings, so now I know what to do if I want to spread the joy around to others. Thanks for all of the suggestions!