Adam Caplin is a freelance garden designer. After studying horticulture at Reading, he was awarded a fellowship to set up the Camden Garden Centre in north London. In 1985 he founded The Garden Centre at Alexandra Palace, which expanded to two other sites. He went on to run The Chelsea Gardener and two nurseries in Essex and Suffolk. He now has an interest in a wholesale nursery in East Anglia. Adam and his brother, James, wrote Instant Gardening and Urban Eden. Adam has been a contributor to Garden Inspirations and Gardens Illustrated, and a guest presenter for the TV series Gardener's World. He is the author of Planted Junk and New Kitchen Garden. Adam is also a successful fine artist and has had a series of one-man shows.
'This colourful and inspiring book is pleasing to the eye and full of sound practical information' The Garden 200312 'With fabulous and colourful photography, and ound, practical advice, Cool Containers puts successful and adventurous gardening within everyone's grasp' Ireland's Homes Interiors Living 200408 'Written in a succinct and accessible manner with stunning photography' -- Phil Sesson Garden Answers 200404 'An enjoyable, friendly read' Gardens Monthly 200310 'With a bevy of solutions to your space woes...Caplin shows you how to win the 'space wars,' and come out on top with a beautiful, and space efficient, garden.' The English Garden 200310