You asked us for taller tomato cages and here they are! Our heavy-duty, powder-coated steel Tomato Towers are much taller and stronger than old-fashioned cone-shaped supports, ready to support your biggest indeterminate tomato plants. The towers 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 towers fold flat for off-season storage. 53" high installed. In windy locations, we recommend anchoring these towers with our Extra-Tall Earth Staples, sold separately.
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I love these tomato towers
from East Norriton, Pa
Comments about : Tomato Towers, Set of 2:
I bought a few of these last year and was so pleased with them that I ordered more to support the veggie plants this year. I like that these are a heavier gauge and I can use these year after year.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Sturdy and tall
from Brewster, MA
I bought one set (2) tomato towers for my new raised bed gardens. I was so impressed when I took the them out of the box. They are heavy, sturdy, tall, and nicely coated. I will use them for indeterminate tomatoes. No more flimsy, cheap cages for me. I will be buying more.
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Nothing compares to these tomato support towers!
By Delaware Heirloom
from Wilmington, DE
I have searched high and low for the most supportive structures for my Heirloom tomato plants. These towers are the best and strongest support systems I have found. Even though my plants grow up and out of the top - good soil- they hold the plant steady until late fall.
from Valley Forge
These towers are perfect for indeterminate tomatos. You may need a set of pliers. Two sections stack on top of each other, which can tend to pull apart. I also had racks where the horizontal supports were not knotted tight and fell apart, an issue fixed with plies
Second time buying these
from Vernon Hills, IL
I somehow am able to grow very tall and hearty tomatoes and these cages are perfect for them!
from Mechanicsville, VA
These are very sturdy compared to competition.
Sturdy tower to keep tomato plants growing tall and keeps their fruit off the ground. Easy to assemble and to disassemble for storage. Can also be used for beans.
I have 4 of these.
from Cottonwood, Idaho
I used 3 of them for growing pole beans and the 4th one I used for crook neck squash. It was such a space saver! I'll be growing more vining plants on them next year. They are very heavy duty.
New Design Defective
By Steph the Backyard Gardner
from Tulsa, OK
I have ordered these cages in the past and loved them. The ones I ordered this year have had a design change which is flawed. The new cages have plastic fittings instead of metal fittings that accept the top-half of the tower. When taking down the my cages this week, I noticed that all the plastic fittings have split up the sides, making the cages unstable and completely useless once this happens. The product description states that the cages are 100% powder coated steel. The old cages were but the new ones ARE NOT because of the fitting design change. I looked for replacement plastic fittings to replace my cracked ones but had no luck finding any. I am very very disappointed with these new cages. Please Please Please revert back to the metal fittings and/or sell replacement plastic fittings.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Merchant response: We're sorry that you have been disappointed with this product. We guarantee our products 100% and are happy to stand behind that promise. We have reached out to you so we can make this right.
If only there was no sun...
By Sue N.
I buy my tomato cages from Gardeners because they are the best out there and I cannot find this gauge of metal cages locally. I bought the towers because my tomato plants get to be eight to nine feet of vertical vine and keeping them growing straight is a problem. When I received these cages, I was disappointed to see the coupling for the cages is a plastic sleeve. I live in NM and the UV exposure here will kill this plastic in less than two months, so I proceeded to wrap them in electrical tape to prolong their life. Also, my problem with stacking two regular tomato cages is the vines get so heavy that they put a lot of stress on where the two join resulting in bending at the union or on collapsing into the other. I will still have to wire these two cages together for strength. Other than that, I am very pleased with the height of the tower as I will be able to place a single cage into the top of this unit to get the height I need for support.
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