Thomas Christopher has been reporting on gardening and environmental issues for more than twenty-five years, writing for a wide range of publications including the New York Times, Martha Stewart Living, and Britain's Daily Telegraph. He is the author of Water-Wise Gardening, a guide to new styles of gardening emerging from the need to conserve this resource. A graduate of the New York Botanical Garden School of Professional Horticulture, he contributes a blog about sustainable gardening, Green Perspectives, to the garden's website. He is the editor of The New American Landscape.
Rick Darke's many books include The Encyclopedia of Grasses for Livable Landscapes.
Writer and editor Linda McIntyre specializes in ecology, urbanism, and design. She has served as a staff writer and contributing editor for Landscape Architecture magazine and has worked in law and public policy, focusing on environmental issues, transportation, and international trade. She lives in Washington DC and New York City. She studied landscape design, horticulture, Japanese-language conversation, and cooking after earning a BA in English and a law degree.