NEW | Tomato Cages, Set of 4
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Tomato Cages, Set of 4
Item # 8587040
New | Super-Sturdy Tomato Cages Support Heavy Yields
- Extra-strong cages keep tomato plants upright for a bigger, cleaner harvest
- Big, 8" square openings make harvesting easy
- Hinged panels fold flat for compact storage
- Choice of Red, Green or Steel Gray
Longtime customer favorites, our heavy-duty, galvanized steel tomato cages are taller, wider and stronger than old-fashioned
cone-shaped supports. And unlike flimsier versions, these are strong enough to support full-grown vines loaded with tomatoes.
The cages support plants on all sides (no tying needed) and keep plants up off the ground for better air circulation, cleaner fruit
and fewer diseases. Large openings make harvesting easy, and the cages fold flat for off-season storage. In windy locations, we
recommend anchoring with our Extra-Tall Earth Staples, sold separately.
- Steel Gray is galvanized steel; Red and Green are powder-coated steel
- 14-3/8" square x 39" H including 7" legs; 32" H installed
- 8" square openings
- 10 gauge wire
- Cages fold for easy off-season storage
- Gardener's Supply Exclusive
- Easily assembled
- Square Shape Is Best
- Square Shape Is Perfect
- Easy clean up
- Easy to assemble
- Keeps Veggies Off Ground
- Lots Of Room For Growth
- Storage simple
- Growing Cucumbers
- Growing Squash
- Growing Tomatoes
- Folds up
- Seems Sturdy Once Up
- Fell Apart Putting Up
- Too Short For Tom In Tn
- Good construction
- Nice size
- They Store Flat
- Runner Beans
How It Works
Download instructions for Tomato Cages, Set of 4 as a PDF
Learn how to plan, plant and tend your own super-productive, raised-bed vegetable garden.
Clever ideas for supporting tomato vines
Learn the best way to start your own tomato seedlings. Quick to germinate and grow, tomato seeds are best sown indoors about six weeks before your average last frost date.
Tomatoes are consistently the most popular vegetable in American gardens. But for most gardeners, just any old tomato won't do.
Learn how to repot your tomato seedlings when they've grown too large for the original pot.
Left on their own, tomatoes will grow into shrubby, multi-stemmed plants that topple under the weight of their fruit. Proper pruning will help prevent this problem.
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