Our best-ever tomato tower frames your tomato plant like a masterpiece! Colorful glass catches the sunlight, while the ultra-sturdy steel and generous dimensions guarantee maximum effectiveness and visual impact. Made with strong 5/16" diameter powder-coated steel stock and 22" square and 86" high to support tall, indeterminate varieties, it will last for decades. Sized to support your tallest tomato plant. Includes stakes for anchoring. Designed by artist and urban gardener Allegra DeAngelo, one of our official garden testers.
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Great sculptural element in the garden!
Comments about Kaleidoscope Tomato Tower:
Unique and striking detail in my garden. I am using it for clematis and it is beautiful. Easy to assemble. Love it!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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The tower looks great, adding a little art deco to the yard.
from Boise, ID.
Once up, the tower looks great and we are happy with it. However, it was a bear to get up; easy to put together but getting it square was next to impossible; you get one side situated and the other sides pops apart. There must be a better way for assembly. We finally settled with two bars not competely locked in, but still suits our purpose.
Like product. Glad for chance to tell you small improvement
from Suburban Washington DC
Maybe you have only tried assembling this on an even surface and don't know but when assembling the tower on uneven grass surface it is hard to get all 4 legs of a side support aligned over their slots all at once. If you have the manufacturer RAISE the LOWER "slots" for all side supports 1/8 or 1/4 inch it will allow the lower legs to be just barely started in their slots and then the upper ones can be dropped in.
Beauty and strength
from Coastal South Carolina
I decided it try a Kaleidoscope Tomato Tower in conjunction with a Terrazzo planter on an old unused asphalt area I was trying to reclaim. The Kaleidoscope Tower is a little wider than the planter, so the planter fits inside easily, but not too much bigger as to waste a lot of space. It was very easy to assemble. Each part was easy to handle and carry to where I wanted it. Once assembled it is vert sturdy and relatively stable. Since mine is on asphalt, I couldn't use the steaks, but it's base is wide enough the it ic quire stable on the asphalt. After seeing it, my wife loved it. So I ordered another for my main garden. My main garden is a Square Foot Garden. The Kaleidoscope Tower covers 4 squares perfectly. This will allow me to move the vertical plants around more for better crop rotation. It adds an artistic element to the garden (sorry Mel, your towers work get but lack a little in the aesthetics department). I'm planning on adding more next year. I hope they come out with with a few different design elements so I can add more variability as I purchase more of these.
Pretty in the garden
from St Paul, Minnedota
We are using this for a tomato cage. Sturdy and nice looking in the garden.
This is me!
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from Sykesville, MD
The packaging was amazing! IT took us forever to unpack, but nothing was broken or damaged. It showed that the senders loved the item as much as we, the receivers, do! There was a little rust in places, but that was solved with some black rust proof paint! A minor inconvenience!
from Lascassas, TN
I have a small garden; so having my cucumbers grow upwards is a necessity. The tower is tall for plenty of room to grow. I would give a 5 star rating if it didn't come apart so easily when moving it.
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I would recommend this product.
from Lascassas Tennessee
Tomato cages that we've bought have been too small, and the ones we've made have rotted; so I fell in love with these large, beautiful towers and cages that double as yard art. The only reason I didn't give them 5 stars is the difficulty of placing them. You are supposed to put the stakes in the ground and place the cage on top, but that requires very precise placement of 6 stakes; and it seemed to require two people bending down to line them up while another holds the cage. It was too much for us; and it ended up coming apart and breaking one of the glass pieces. We ended up duck taping the stakes in place and placing it all together. We received excellent customer service when I asked them to replace the broken glass; so I would definitely recommend them.
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