Tomato Towers, Set of 2

Tomato Towers, Set of 2

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Exclusive | Extra-Tall Tomato Towers 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
  • Choice of Red, Green or Steel Gray
  • 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.

  • 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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Tomato Towers, Set of 2
 
4.5

(based on 840 reviews)

96%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Accurate instructions (370)
  • Lightweight (350)
  • Versatile (284)
  • Attractive (262)
  • Durable (192)

Cons

  • Flimsy (28)
  • Difficult to store (12)
  • Difficult to use (10)
  • Pricey / poor value (10)
  • Heavy (8)

Best Uses

  • Garden (732)
  • Outdoors (224)
  • Patio (66)
  • Tomatoes (14)
  • Lawn (6)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Avid gardener (580), Getting started (94), Master gardener (94), Practical (56), Budget shopper (19)
    • Primary use:
    • Personal (759), Business (3)

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5.0

amazing towers

By pushbuggy

from manalapan nj

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Pros

  • Accurate Instructions
  • Attractive

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Garden

    Comments about Tomato Towers, Set of 2:

    purchased my first four last year.love the way they held up my grape and cherry tomatoes. purchased four more this year. love the

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    • Personal
     
    5.0

    nice and tall

    By lola's garden

    from ohio

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    Pros

    • Great For Holding Up My

    Cons

    • None

    Best Uses

    • Garden

    Comments about Tomato Towers, Set of 2:

    like the tall size

    • Primary use:
    • Personal
     
    5.0

    awesome. our tomatoes are filling these sturdy cages

    By Lana

    from Bloomington, MN

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    Pros

    • Square Shape Much Better
    • Very Sturdy By

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Tomato Towers, Set of 2:

        Square shape is ideal for tomato plants
        Super sturdy
        Very tall
        will fold for easy storage

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        • Personal
         
        5.0

        Tomato Towers Review

        By Marie

        from Haslett, MI

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        Pros

        • Accurate Instructions
        • Attractive
        • Hardy

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Garden

          Comments about Tomato Towers, Set of 2:

          These are very sturdy and wonderful for tomatoes that grow tall. Before my tomatoes would bend and break in my shorter tomato cones. I love the color red. I have some and bought more as a gift.

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          • Personal
           
          5.0

          Best tomato cages ever!!!

          By kj pc

          from Wisconsin

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          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Accurate Instructions
          • Attractive
          • Easy to put together
          • Sturdy
          • Sturdy And Easy To

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Garden

            Comments about Tomato Towers, Set of 2:

            These are so much better than any I have found in the garden stores.

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            • Personal
             
            5.0

            Wish I'd Had These Last Year

            By mimi

            from Littleton, CO

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            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Accurate Instructions
            • Attractive
            • Versatile

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Garden
              • Outdoors

              Comments about Tomato Towers, Set of 2:

              These were very easy to assemble and put in the ground. Like the fact that I can angle the shape to fit the space. The green blends right in and you don't even notice it.

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              • Personal
               
              4.0

              good, but could be better.

              By Andy

              from Lake Dallas, TX

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              Pros

              • Accurate Instructions
              • Attractive
              • Lightweight

              Cons

              • Grounding Stakes Could Be
              • Longer Ground Stakes

              Best Uses

              • Garden

              Comments about Tomato Towers, Set of 2:

              I have 6'+ tomato plants using these.In high winds the top half of the cage can detach and blow over, breaking plant limbs. Some type of latch or simple latching mechanism, like the latch on old time screen doors would help I'm sure.

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              • Personal
               
              5.0

              Best Gardening Product I've Ever Purchased

              By Sarah

              from West Chester, PA

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              Pros

              • Attractive

              Cons

                Best Uses

                  Comments about Tomato Towers, Set of 2:

                  Last year I tried to grow tomatoes using just twine supports, because I thought it looked better than the typical circular cages. I went out of town for a week, and the whole mass had fallen down flat.

                  I ordered these Tomato Towers late in the season, and just stored them for this year. I greatly appreciated that they fold flat and store very easily. (More than I can say for the standard ring-cages!)

                  I love the fact that they are two-part. I find it difficult to anticipate the massive future growth when I first put the starts in the raised bed, and it looks so strange to see a giant support around a tiny plant. I just put the bottom halves around the tomatoes, and once they reached the top, I added the top halves.

                  These are a nice size for an indeterminate tomato, both in the lateral and vertical direction. As the tomatoes grow, I can direct the larger stalks inside the cages easily, because the spaces are quite big.

                  By now (late June), the plants are nearing the tops of the cages, and the bottom 2/3 of the cages are virtually hidden by the branches. This makes for a very attractive tomato plant (which is virtually impossible), because they from tall, upright columns.

                  They are very sturdy, and I think I will have them for many years.

                   
                  4.0

                  I will buy this product again

                  By Bet

                  from Grafton, Ohio

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                  Pros

                  • Hardy
                  • Versatilbe

                  Cons

                  • Difficul To Use

                  Best Uses

                  • Garden

                  Comments about Tomato Towers, Set of 2:

                  I use it for my blackberries brushes

                  • Primary use:
                  • Personal
                   
                  5.0

                  Tomato Towers Are Perfect For My Tomatoes!

                  By PKBuckeye

                  from Galena, OH

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                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Easy to Use
                  • Heavy Duty Wire
                  • Strong
                  • Tall

                  Cons

                  • None

                  Best Uses

                  • Garden
                  • Indeterminate tomatoes

                  Comments about Tomato Towers, Set of 2:

                  I wanted a tomato support for my very tall and often unwieldy Amish Paste (Indeterminate variety)tomato plants. These are perfect! They are made of heavy gauge wire, collapse to store, and the red color adds to the garden. Very pleased!

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                  • Personal

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                  Download instructions for Tomato Towers, Set of 2 as a PDF

                  Videos

                  • Tomato plants are easy to grow, and they're one of the easiest plants to start indoors from seed. Here's how to grow your own tomatoes, from seed to harvest.

                  Articles

                  • 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. <!-- Made unsearchable because this is almost the same as 7902, which has the video. Redirect in place. DJG, 1/7/15 -->
                  • 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.

                  There are no special shipping restrictions or charges associated with this item. For detailed information about our delivery methods and charges, click here.

                  We're proud of the fact that this item is shipped to you directly from our warehouse in Vermont, by one of our 250 employee-owners. In-stock items are packed with care and shipped within the next business day to ensure prompt delivery to your home and garden!

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