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More than cages, these are fortresses that guard your tomato plants to prevent toppling under heavy loads and during high
winds and heavy rains. In our garden tests they withstood more than ten times the horizontal pulling force compared to common
cone-shaped wire cages! So when summer storms roll in, you can rest assured that your tomato plants will remain safely upright.
The towers are made from heavy-duty, powder-coated, solid steel stock. You can install the legs as deep as you need (at least 8",
deeper in sandy soil) and then attach the bottom ring right on the soil for extreme stability. Set the other rings at any height
— lower to support shrubby plants, higher if you prune lower leaves. Each tower has three upright supports and six 18"
diameter rings, creating a tower that's approx. 78" high (depending on how deeply you install the uprights). It will provide
topple-proof support for your tallest indeterminate varieties.
(based on 6 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
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By Savvy Gardener
from Albuquerque, NM
My husband was unable to assemble this vegetable cage because the eyelets on the rings were too small for the vertical poles (or the vertical poles were too large for the ring eyelets). When I called Gardeners Supply, I was treated poorly. Reluctantly I was emailed a Fed Ex shipping label, but then I was charged a fee for the return. I waited five-weeks (instead of two weeks as stated when I placed the order) for a defective product for which I paid a shipping fee and a return fee, and customer service was apathetic. What a horrible experience!
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Merchant response: We're so sorry to hear of your poor experience! I checked your records and you were refunded in full for both the item and original shipping cost. Since you used the pre-paid mailing label to send these back, the shipping back to us was free as well. If you have any further questions about this, please call us at 1-800-876-5520.
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not well made
from Minneapolis, MN
The horizontal rings have small caps (tubes) welded to them. It is necessary to slide the horizontal rings down the vertical supports, but they don't always fit. If the vertical piece is too fat (too much paint or thicker steel), the cap cannot slide down. Also if the cap has a burr, it will not slide down into position. Pushing harder or tapping only breaks the weld. There's no good solution.
Topple-proof tomato towers
By The wishful Gardener
from West Michigan
Only problem was that they were backordered, and my tomatoes were already 3 feet tall when the towers finally arrived.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
cadillac tomato cages
By love to garden
from Berthoud Co
I think this is a great tomato cage and it looks nice. I have tried different methods and so far I like this one
(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Worst Product Ever
from Manchester, CT
I will never buy this again
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Good idea, poor execution.
By Urban Kentucky Gardener
from Covington, KY
I think this is a great idea, but originally, it was billed as being collapsible for flat storage. I don't see how that could happen without complete breakdown. I won't do that after the struggle I had getting them together. I do like what they are doing for my tomatoes. Perhaps another spell at the drawing board?
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