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Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by BrianB Piece of junk!
This is made of the weakest steel I have ever had! Coat hangers are stronger than this. The tower buckles under the weight of a tomato plant and they do not stay together.
I purchased 8 of these and I wish I could have taken them back. They are all but worthless.
September 4, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by jkj92200 Tomato cage with many uses
I highly recommend this product as a tomato cage, I like it better than the round type of tomato cages. I also use this a temporary fencing to keep my dog out of my garden. It keep my Doberman Pincher out while it lets my Yorkshire Terrier in...and out too. She hate the area the big dog uses to do his business, but she also won't go potty out in the back either. She just wants to lay on the sweet, shaded grass and watch me garden! I use 4 ft stake and ties to keep it in place. I can move them around the yard also to block off certain areas that need lawn repair so our big Doberman Pinscher can't tear up the grass seed before its even had a chance to take root. Its the quickest and easiest way i could think of to get the jobs done. Then when gardening season ends I can easily fold and store them in my shed.
June 16, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by cldlka Not as Sturdy as i needed
I did a lot of research on different cage types and this one seemed like a great option during the growing season and then for off-season storage.
For the first three months as my tomato plants thrived it was excellent. I ran into the issue when my tomato plant grew too heartily.
The weight of my tomatoes was too much for this device to hold. I went out one morning and the pressure from the plant grew too much and the plastic rungs of the tower collapsed and my tomato plant crumbled to the ground.
I lost 2/3s of my plant because the weight of the falling plants broke or were fractured.
I just hope that what's left of the plant is able to rebound.
I kept the tower in place but i had to reinforce the rungs to the vertical poles with wire.
I think next year i may get the more traditional wire cone as it seems quite sturdy and able to hold considerably more weight.
July 11, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by missinglynk A good product at a good price!
These are nice and tall and can be folded in a variety of ways (spread out for peas and beans, folded to cage tomatoes). They are sturdy enough because of the part that's underground and the shape. They fold flat to store so they don't take up much room in the shed. Reasonable, too. Wish I had bought more, and now the store has run out. Home Depot - hurry and stock some more!
July 1, 2012
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Gerania Flimsy
My tomato plants are of the indeterminate variety and they get heavy. I returned these cages before I even used them because of the light weight.
September 5, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by htva It's good
I bought 6 of them. I used 4 of them for my tomatoes and 2 of them as a fence for green beans. The distance between wires were a little too wide for green beans to get a hold of the wires. But in general they are good.
June 11, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by prttygirl tomato cages
purchased this product to put around my Peony's. They are so heavy they lay on the ground, bought these early and put them around before they bloomed they come apart so it was easy to wrap them around and then hook them together.
July 2, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Carol Tomato Towers
These are not tall enough unless you are planting a small patio tomato. Not recommended for raised bed garden tomato plants just because they are not tall enough.
July 4, 2013