These colorful red plant supports have three rugged, plastic-coated steel uprights with twelve adjustable, snap-in-place plastic cross-pieces that create a strong framework of support for your plants. You can rearrange the cross-pieces as plants grow, and unsnap and reinstall them to gather up wayward stems. Keeping plants upright saves space; encourages a bigger harvest of clean, blemish-free fruit; makes harvesting easier; and promotes better air circulation to minimize disease problems.
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Great tomato stakes
from Sequim, WA
Comments about : 59" Happy Harvest Plant Supports, Set of 3:
We bought 2 sets of the tomato stakes for our tomatoes in pots. They are so much better than the cages as you can move the supports to multiple places as your tomatoes grow. No more branches hanging out the sides and no more tall branches being broken. We liked t hem so much we bought extras for next year when they went on sale.............great product.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Not that useful for the price
Have used for two seasons, and I find that these supports are too narrow and short for the really tall tomatoes that I grow. Also the connector pieces, that run horizontally unsnap from the vertical bars as the plants grow, though the whole assembly has yet to fall apart. The red color actually makes it harder to see when I am getting ripened fruit, definitely has no effect on ripening time. The idea of adding supports as the plant grows isn't that useful in reality as the plants outgrow the supports in a couple of weeks. These supports are much easier to clean the vines from at the end of the season as you can disassemble as you go. For smaller plants like eggplants and peppers they may be useful, I'm going to try the supports I have on those plants next year and I am going back to the standard extra large cages next year for my tomatoes.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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59" Happy Harvest Plant Supports
from West Chester, PA
I was so pleased with these plant supports that I reordered them, twice!
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putting Happy Harvest stakes to good use
One of the best items have purchased.
By Can't think of one
from Aurora, CO
Great support for all my veggies.
Buying more today
from Southlake TX
Easy to use. Set-up, take-down and storage couldn't be easier for someone with limited time and space.
These are awesome!
from Grayslake, IL
I have been looking at these in the catalog for the last few growing seasons, and finally bought myself some this spring for our tomatoes. I currently have 3 in the garden along with a few traditional tomato cages and some of the store bought tall v-shaped supports. As our tomatoes have been growing, the Gardnerer's supply supports are by far my favorite! They are taller than any of the other supports, and so sturdy and easy to put in. The adjustable feature has been such a time saver, too. As the plants have grown and the tomatoes have started to get heavier, it just takes a few seconds to pop off the horizontal piece and move it up to wherever I need it to be. Now I keep looking at the green ones in the catalog...I think I might need some more for the pepper plants!
By Donna in the Garden
from Sammamish WA
I used these to just provide a little support to what was supposed to be bush-variety beans - purple, yellow and green. The adjustable bars attach easily and allow for easy adjustments up and down. The purple beans seemed to like the support so much they are acting like climbers.
By Gray Gardener
I love how you can set these up in any configuration you want, all of the connectors snap together in any spacing or combination of stakes that you want! I combined all of mine for some closely spaced plants and even in the windy spot I have them in, they have held perfectly well. I definitely recommend!
I will be back for more
from Milwaukee, WI
I own three supports from another supplier. Then I purchased three from Gardeners. These three are much more sturdy. I also like that it includes many more supports that go between the stakes. That sold me, as some tomatoes grow very tall and can use all the support you have available.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Simply put, the Happy Harvest Plant Supports work!
from Essex Jct., Vermont
I have 10 sets of these and will be purchasing more for next summer. I've tried static cages, hoops, poles. Nope, once I discovered this support system, I'm completely switching over. Why? Because they are adjustable, much more so that other systems. With the hoops, I have to carefully unsnap them and slide them up the poles and usually break or catch plant leaves and stems. With the Happy Harvest Plant Supports, I just unsnap the horizontal pieces and refasten where I need 'em. In addition, there are 3 snap joints so you can keep the vertical poles narrower or wider depending on your plant and how you want it to grow. Would it be less expensive to use bamboo poles and twine? Yes, but if you can put the money into permanent and more convenient equipment, I suggest you do it.
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Late planted tomato - doing well!
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