Thursday, July 7, 2016


Giveaway #5
Two Gardening Books By
David The Good
(three winners)




I "met" David the Good a few years ago when he bought a Planet Whizbang Wheel Hoe kit from me and then posted a review of it to his popular blog, The Survival Gardener

Since then, David has also reviewed my Classic American Clothespins (be sure to read the comments to that review if you go there), and he put my Planet Whizbang Idea Book For Gardeners on his list of Best Gardening Books

I have, of course, reciprocated by mentioning David and his blog at my own blog, The Deliberate Agrarian, several times. 

And now... It is my pleasure to offer not one, but TWO of David's gardening books here in Planet Whizbang Giveaway #5. Three winners will be chosen at random by Rafflecopter at the conclusion of this two-week contest. Each winner will receive the two books pictured above.

As for the content and quality of these gardening books, you can read all about them (along with all the customer reviews) at the following Amazon links...

            


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Important Note
This giveaway is set up so that you can enter once each day for the duration of the contest. The more you enter, the better your chance of winning.

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If you have questions about this giveaway, contact me (Herrick Kimball) at: Herrick@PlanetWhizbang.com

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Giveaway Details: 
This contest is limited to US residents only. Three winners will be randomly chosen by Rafflecopter. Winners will be notified by e-mail and have 24 hours to respond (by e-mail) with their mailing address. If you do not respond in 24 hours, you will be disqualified and another winner will be chosen by Rafflecopter. Thank you.


a Rafflecopter giveaway

4 comments:

  1. Elizabeth L. Johnson said,
    Say, is David the guy that has moved his family near the equator? I saw a cake for composting in the lady's thoughts above! Wow! I have to read about this!

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  2. Yes, that's the guy... David (and family) are now gardening in an undisclosed tropical location. Cake for composting? I missed that.

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  3. In the book Compost Everything, he mentions leftover birthday cake scraps, the paper plates, napkins and other food scraps from parties and picnics can be put into the compost pile!

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