Friday, April 23, 2010

Back from the Brink

You may recognise this basil from other posts such as The Basil Stripped Bare, although it looked pretty different them. Eaten to within an inch of its life I was close to throwing it out, but whether it was due to laziness, illness, forsight or something completely different I didn't. Lucky because it is now one very healthy looking small basil plant.

And on a similar line, I am on the mend too. Gone are the chills, fever, tap-like nose and other unpleasantries, what remains is a cough, but that's minor in comparison.


Lynne said...

Welcome back to the land of the living (both you and the Basil heh heh).
Stay well.

NY Homesteader said...

Glad you and the Basil are feeling better, as you now know some plants are very tough and resilient. This plant will probably be better than it ever was, If I were you and you have the space I would take a cutting of it and make a new plant. Just my opinion. Thanks for the read!
Rich @ NY Homesteader

Chandramouli S said...

Isn't it great when our laziness pays well! Nice to hear that you get to enjoy more of that basil!
Hope you regain your health really soon and are completely normal. Take Care!

SP8 said...

I love it when this happens! >>>Clap Clap Clap<<<
I had all but given up on an Apollo tomato plant that looked incredibly ill after taking off and dying back several times but now as I type this I can look out on my balcony and it is all but hitting the roof and has 40 tomatoes on it with about the same amount of flowers yet to fruit.