We've made our popular tomato trellis ladder even better. They still have 7mm steel uprights and our exclusive "plant cradle" crosspieces that give multiple places for vines to rest. But now they're modular and stackable, so you can arrange them any way you like. Each set includes six 32-1/2" tall sections. Use singly to support eggplants and peppers; stack two for bush tomatoes; stack three for tall, indeterminate tomatoes. These are the sturdiest ladders you can buy — 20% thicker than others on the market — with a long-lasting, weatherproof powder coating. (We have some that are 15 years old and still look as good as new.) Tomato Ladders will make the most of your garden space, reduce damage from pests and diseases, and give you a bigger harvest of delicious, unblemished fruit. Ladders nest for compact off-season storage. Choice of Red or Green.
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Very sturdy for my climbing rose bush.
from Brentwood CA
Comments about : Stacking Tomato Ladders, Set of 6:
Today I stacked my 6 up 3 tall so I had two tall ladders and put them around my climbing rose to help support it on my trellis. It looks great and will be a huge help.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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On my third set :)
By lot 6
from Sterling Heights, MI
Love them for my HEIRLOOM tomatoes
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Sturdy and perfect for short plants
from Sayre, PA
These are the best supports I have found for small plants that tend to fall over, such as peppers and eggplants. They are sturdy and strong and stay upright very well. Not quite as solid when stacked but still very good supports.
from Seattle WA
I love that you stack these as your plants grow. They are heavy duty and work really well.
Good, sturdy product, but rusts together!
By Fred the farmer
from Chattanooga, TN
All in all, these work pretty well (never toppled, even in stormy rain and wind!), however now that I have had them a season, the ones that I stacked together have fused together with rust. Of the three that I stacked, I was only able to get one apart, and when I did, I was treated to a face full of black gross water.Needless to say, if you plan on stacking these, just go ahead and buy the taller ones so you won't have to worry about any weakness from water staying in the joints.
from New York
These ladders are just the perfect size for peppers and the fact that its open on one side makes it very easy to harvest
Stacking Tomato Ladders Work!
from West Chester, PA
They are so sturdy and can easily be put in place to prop up roaming tomato plants.
from West Central Minnesota
I love these supports—taller for indeterminant tomatoes—shorter for eggplant & green peppers. Durable, solid, they stand up [!] well. As well as my using them, they make a great gift for gardener friends.
a winner in my garden
from chelmsford ma.
easy to use , keeps the tomatoes supported with little care
Pretty nice stackers
from NEC VT
Keeps tomatoes upright. The only trouble is the girth of tomato plant spills out the sides.
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