When wind, battering rain or their own heavy blooms make flowers flop over, it can ruin the beautiful effect you worked so hard to create. These versatile plant supports keep flowers standing tall, and their weather-resistant green coating helps them hide in the foliage.
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Medium stakes are a great height
Comments about : Small Curved Link Stakes, Set of 12:
Liked the small ones well enough to buy a set of mediums. They are even better
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Good quality and right for the job
This will help keep my gladiolas upright without my having to tie the to the fence. They look great.
from Richmond, Virginia
I got two sets of these last year, and they were just what I needed for tall coreopsis and northern sea oats. They keep the plants looking neat and prevent the dogs from trampling them!
Linked stake supports
from Oklahoma City
I initially bought these in the fall to use next year to support my Shasta daisies but they're so sturdy I've already used them to support a winter cloth cover for my basil. Perfect height. Love it when I can find multiple purpose for product.
Good staking system for tall plants
from Pleasanton, CA
For my 3 feet to 4 feet high plants like salvias the medium size works. For anything taller the largest size would be appropriate. Plan on using 4 to 6 of the stakes for taller plants. (They come in a package of 12.) These work really well. You just have to make sure you're putting them in at even heights so that one end prong stays in the loop of the next stake. I like this product so well that I got some for my brother-in-law also.
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Much better than using the typical bamboo pole
I've been propping up plants with bamboo poles for years with mixed success. These are particularly good for plants that are wide because you can create as big a circle as you need to with them. These are sold in a package of 12 stakes, which seems like a lot. But for a plant like a 4 foot tall and 3 foot wide and salvia you might need 4 to 6 of these stakes to surround it. I'd say that on average I use 3 stakes hooked together.
I saw these at a friend's house and decided to try them myself. They work really well.
By Lady Dawn
from Parkersburg, WV
I have so many of these, in all 3 available sizes, that I could probably start my own store!! But then I wouldn't have them to use for myself...I can't believe how many I use, and how helpful they are to keep my flowers upright!! Haven't found any like these locally, so I'm glad I found them at Gardener's Supply!!
Does a great job of holding up tall plants
Does a great job of holding up the plants
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