Alice Vincent is a senior writer on the arts desk of The Telegraph, where she has worked since 2013. After starting her first autodidactic lessons in gardening in 2014, Alice started to write a weekly urban gardening column for The Telegraph. Her Instagram account and newsletter Noughticulture has an engaged following and she has written for Gardener's World and Gardens Illustrated, and has collaborated with Amazon, Finery, Monsoon and Seedlip, among others, and now hosts workshops and a YouTube channel for Patch Plants. Her first book, How To Grow Stuff, was published in 2017. Fiona Hampton is a British actress known for playing Amelia in Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014). Other television and film credits include: The Good Neighbour (2019), Switch (2012) and a recurring role in Holby City (2011). Fiona is also an accomplished stage actress; she has appeared in Shakespeare's Globe, Rose Theatre, Octagon Theatre and Bristol Old Vic and has played many Shakespearean heroines.
'Reading this book is like breathing fresh spring air. Rootbound is achingly honest and earthily good, a beautiful hymn to wild hope, strength and tenderness, in nature and in ourselves. I loved it.' -- Charlotte Runcie, author of Salt on Your Tongue 'A champion of urban gardening.' -- The Finery