"I usually find something negative to say about every book (along with lots of positives), but Herrick Kimball's The Planet Whizbang Idea Book For Gardeners is an exception. This is self-publishing at its best—quirky but polished."

—Anna Hess
The Walden Effect

Updated: 28 February 2020
By: Herrick Kimball

5 Stars at Amazon! 

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The Planet Whizbang Idea Book For Gardeners has 124 pages and measures 8.5" x 11."  It is illustrated with over 100 drawings. It is packed with ideas and inspiration.

To read the book's Contents, CLICK HERE.

To order a copy of the book, check out the links down the right side of this page.

Very Important Update
Many people who purchase this book do not read the last page and see that there is a  "hidden" web site that has been created especially for readers of the book. The web site currently has 30 pages and over 200 photos. The information on the web site brings many of the ideas in the book to living color and provides a considerable amount of additional information. If you purchase the book and do not check out the web site, you are not getting the full value of your purchase. Instructions for accessing the special web site are at the top of page 124.

My Spring 2016
Early Summer
Garden Tour

My Whizbang 
Bucket Irrigation Video

Take a Tour of My Garden…

Have You Seen My
"Four-Day Carrots" Videos?…

Leaf-Bag Clamps 
For Root Storage?


Check Out These Links
To Gardening Essays I've Written 
Since The Book Was Published

Making Dried Greens For Winter Nutrition

Introducing The Portable Pallet-And-Hoop Greenhouse

Four-Day Carrot Failure

The Stick Trick For Planting Tomatoes

A Tomato Seed Magnet

Survival Gardening

Sheet-Metal Mulch & My Amazing Friend, Steve Lonsky

Long-Lasting Plastic Mulch

Securing Permanent Plastic Mulch

Occultation Covers In The Garden

Step By Step Raised Garden Beds

My System For Planting Raised Beds

A New Way To Secure Plastic Mulch

11-Day Parsnips

Parsnip Bed in June

My Garlic Planting Template

The Weed-Free Garlic Bed

Chronicle Of An Onion Crop

Growing Onion Sets

Transplanting Beets (No Thinning Required)

Tom Doyle's Plant-And-Pick Vegetable Gardening System

My Gardening Without Cultivation Experiment

The Best Place To Plant A Garden

Ideal Garden Twine

Ti-Grown Hakueri Turnips

Feral Tomato Starting

Ruth Stout

Grape Trellis Fittings

Beauty And A Beast

All The Experts Are Dead

Making Compost In Formal Attire

Jersey Royal Potatoes

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