Tomato Towers, Set of 2

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Item# 8587041 GR
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$54.95 $46.89

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Exclusive | Extra-Tall Tomato Cages Support Your Tallest Tomatoes

  • Super-sturdy cages keep your tallest tomato plants upright for a bigger, cleaner harvest
  • Big, 8" square openings make harvesting easy
  • Hinged panels fold flat for compact storage
  • Set of 2

You asked us for taller tomato cages and here they are! Our heavy-duty, powder-coated steel Tomato Towers are much taller and stronger than old-fashioned cone-shaped supports, ready to support your biggest indeterminate tomato plants. The towers 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 towers fold flat for off-season storage. 53" high installed. In windy locations, we recommend anchoring these towers with our Extra-Tall Earth Staples, sold separately.

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  • Powder-coated steel
  • 14-1/4" square x 65" H including 11" legs
  • 53" H installed
  • 8" square openings
  • Sturdy 10 gauge wire
  • Easy, no-tools assembly
  • Cages fold for off-season storage
  • Gardener's Supply Exclusive

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2.0

Not as good as the previous versions

By Noel C

from Alexandria, VA

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    • Design Problems
    • Poor Construction

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      For many years I used the tomato ladders from Gardeners Supply. They worked pretty good, but couldn't handle large, sprawling cherry tomato plants that well. So about 4-5 years ago I tried GS' large tomato cages. They worked really well for all kinds of tomatoes, and I even bought the smaller versions of the tomato and pepper/eggplant cages. All good. Over the last two years I've bought more large cages to fill out my needs, and noticed the design had changed. The original cages had solid metal couplings between the top and bottom cages. The new ones used a plastic coupling with splits. I imagine that this was supposed to make it a bit easier to connect the two parts of the cage together (and maybe cost less to manufacture). The problem is that the tops of the new cages fall over, repeatedly, when there is wind and the plant is full grown. This has damaged many of my plants at the peak of their production. The old version of the cages that I'm still using still stand solid. I hope that GS will go back to the old design, but until then I cannot recommend their large tomato cages (or any 2-part cage). Whether it's a design flaw or cheap manufacturing, the fact is that they do not hold up well in the wind, and that's a deal killer for me.

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