A nationally recognized writer on architecture and gardens,
Caroline Seebohm is the author of Paradise on the Hudson- The
Creation, Loss, and Revival of a Great American Garden, a monograph
on Untermyer Gardens in Yonkers, Boca Rococo- How Addison Mizner
Invented Chicago's Gold Coast, and Great Houses and Gardens of New
Jersey, among other titles. She and Curtice Taylor previously
collaborated on Rescuing Eden- Preserving America's Historic
Curtice Taylor has been photographing landscapes and gardens for more than forty years. His work has been published in major gardening and shelter magazines including House & Garden, Architectural Digest, and Connecticut Cottages and Gardens. A childhood friend of Fred Landman, Taylor has been documenting the gardens at Sleepy Cat Farm for more than ten years.
Ken Druse is a highly respected garden writer, lecturer, and gardener. His most recent book is The Scentual Garden- Exploring the World of Botanical Fragrance.
"Landman shares his enchanting world in Sleepy Cat Farm: A
--New England Home "Get lost in the verdant beauty and genius of Sleepy Cat Farm with this inspirational book on the evolution of this lavish Greenwich estate. . . . The breathtaking results are documented . . . with detailed imagery of the garden's winding pathways, formal boxwoods, and reflecting pools."
--Veranda "If you're a fan of WAG's May garden issues, then you'll know we're big fans of Monacelli Press' garden books. So we're keeping an eye peeled for "Sleepy Cat Farm: A Gardener's Journey. . . [There's] no sleeping with this book."
--WAG Magazine "A new book chronicles the inspired vision of Sleepy Cat Farm in Greenwich [and] . . . recounts the transformation of Landman's Georgian Revival home and its grounds."