The EVAP charcoal canister is at the rear of the fuel tank. Sorry, no pics. You need to get underneath to have a look. Check the hoses aren't loose or perished.
The purge valve is in the engine compartment, passenger side (arrowed). It has a small vacuum line going from it to the intake manifold (#1) and a second larger line (#2,#3 - arrow at each end) going from the valve to the manifold, as well. There's an electrical connector on top. Check none of the lines exiting from it are damaged, crimped or loose. Most importantly, check the U-shaped line going into it. (Not marked in pic.) The system is supposed to be "air-tight". Lines sometimes get damaged when work is being done on some engine component close by.
A "smoke test" is usually used to find leaks from what I'm told.
The purge valve may have also failed or be stuck but that would probably throw a different code P0455.
IMO, it's more likely the leak is at the fuel tank end but a quick check of the engine compartment pieces wouldn't hurt.