I have a wonderful guest today on my blog, Smita Srivastava. A food blogger who is equally enthusiastic about gardening. When I stumbled across some beautiful images of her small balcony garden, I couldn’t help but ask her to send some more lovely images.
is the food blogger behind the fun food blog Little Food Junction
. She started her career as a graphic designer after completing her master’s in advertising design but fun foods, cooking & photography were where her true calling was. Struggling to interest her daughter in eating, she began to transform plates of food into colorful animals, people, and pictures to liven up mealtimes. Her designs worked so well that she started her blog, Little Food Junction.
Simple, healthy, and easy-to-cook food has always been her mantra for all her recipes. Her works have been featured in several newspapers and sites of great repute. Her book – Fun Food for Fussy Little Eaters (published by Ryland Peters & Small, London) is available worldwide (on Amazon, Flipkart, Barnes & Noble, etc.)
As I said she loves gardening too. So here are some eye candies for you from Smita Srivastava’s balcony garden
Well, that’s a nice way to add a pop of color and so much character to a small balcony garden. Beautiful accessories and lovely planters are what can change the look of the garden.
Balcony garden that is filled with a lot of character. Don’t you love that cute tiny ceramic hut?
Look at those lovely mushrooms…. gorgeous isn’t it.
I just loved her collection of beautiful ceramic planters in different shapes and colors.
And here’s a wonderful zen corner in her Indian balcony garden. A perfect place to unwind.
Smita inspired me to do so many things in my garden, I am all set to add some character to my garden. Tell me what you think of her beautiful garden.
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