I'm using the cold winter weather as a time to scan all my memorabilia photo albums to digital form to save space and facilitate sharing. One image has me puzzled a bit.
The photo was taken in 1968 in the family room of my old home in the western suburbs of Minneapolis. The print is dated January (and I think that's a Christmas poinsettia on the floor next to the tall plant). What impresses me in retrospect is that this plant was able to survive (and thrive) with the minimal light it would be afforded during short winter days at that latitude.
It may have been grown outdoors in the garden or patio and then moved in for the winter, rather than growing there in situ. I have no clue. Nothing important. Just curious.