Author(s): Jane McMorland Hunter
Stairs, passages, light wells, the tops of fire escapes - no site is too small for a garden, or the illusion of one. Equally helpful for beginners and more experienced gardeners faced with an awkward plot, this book shows you how to make the most of what you've got and suggests designs for a variety of situations.
Jane McMorland Hunter is the author of Teach Yourself Gardening, which featured on Waterstone's 'must-have' list, and two other titles in that series. She has years of experience in creating and maintaining a variety of gardens, including patios, balconies and roof gardens. She currently works in the gardening department at Hatchards.