Longtime customer favorites, our heavy-duty, powder-coated steel tomato cages are taller, wider and stronger than old-fashioned cone-shaped supports. And unlike flimsier versions, these are strong enough to support full-grown vines loaded with tomatoes. The tomato cages 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 cages fold flat for off-season storage. In windy locations, we recommend anchoring with our Extra-Tall Earth Staples, sold separately.
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I love them!
from Palmview, Texas
Comments about : Tomato Cages, Set of 4:
I have not been able to find anything that fits inside my self watering containers for peas, string beans or to contain plants like tomatoes that fall over the side of the planters. The tomato cages can be placed in a diamond shape to accommodate the shape of the planters and can be stacked easily. They are quality and I look forward to using them for years to come.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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i BOUGHT THESE TWICE!!
from Chazy, NY
Easy to use, easy to store - they function exactly as advertised. Wish they were just a little bit taller though.
from Las Vegas, NV
I ordered these tomato cages with the intent of, big surprise, using them for tomatoes. But I didn't realize that they can disconnect, and stretch out in a straight line. So I may try using them for climbers like my peas. They seems sturdy, and it's nice to have a little color in my vegetable bed.
I keep buying this product because it is wonderful
I use this to protect my little evergreens from bunnies during the winter. These are expandable and we connect wire mesh with twisy ties
Not designed for large tomato plants
from NW Ohio
If you trim and thin your tomatoes, these will work, but large bushy plants are too heavy for this support. I bought them to support raspberry canes off the ground, and they should do fine for that. Big floppy zinnias would benefit from these supports as well.
Product is OK .
from West Burlington NY
Doesn't fold up well for storage and needs longer legs to go in the ground for better support.
I bought 4 this summer and bought 4 more.
By The gardnerer
from Brodhead WI
The cages held up well.
These are small
I have purchased other tomato cages online, and they were about five feet high. These are quite a bit smaller, so I'm not sure my tomatoes will stay contained.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Yes. In fact I did buy more
from West Michigan
This is my second set. I bought my first set this spring. What a difference in my tomatoes this year. Still all green and upright. These cages are so much better that the round ones. Didn't fall down during strong Michigan summer storms. Highly recommend!
Good for tomatoes...and other plants
from Southeastern CT
We use ours for holding up tall false sunflowers. They're sturdy and I love the fold-flat feature for winter storage. One niggle: the legs could be longer for better ground penetration and more certain support. But for what they are, they're great. And I like the color options... adds some eye-pop to the garden
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