Ryland, Peters & Small
Distributed by Southern Publishing Group
Thanks to, among other
things, readers' inventiveness, the pages of Weekend Gardener
carry lots of tips on unusual and creative containers.
Here, though, is a whole
book that exhorts you to look no further than the kitchen cupboard,
the junk shop or your own backyard for interesting, funky pots for
Old, painted tyres, teapots,
chimney stacks and beer cans are among containers pressed into use
in Caplin's craft.
There are plenty of ideas
here. There's also a directory of the author's favourite plants,
tipped to thrive in pots and retain their appeal for a long time.
Gardener, Issue 207, 2006, Page 46
Reproduced with permission from the former Weekend Gardener magazine. The views expressed here are not necessarily those of the RNZIH