Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 6
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Pohonui Not for country living!
Unfortunately, I was disappointed in these flower supports, but as in the photo, they must only be for indoor plants that don't need much support. I found them difficult to work with and quickly broke the largest one.The connectors come off rather easily. I was using them for my delphiniums in my perennial garden, as they have a tendency to fall over. But the bottoms of the supports have a very small circumference and barely went around the plants. I will try to guide them as they start to grow, which is very early Spring. Anyway, these just aren't durable enough for my needs. Two of them I finally got inserted into the ground. We'll see if they hold up, but I have my doubts. They are very lightweight and I'm afraid the flowers will outweigh them before they bloom.
January 2, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by EightOfEight provides good support and blends in with foliage
The supports are sturdy and go into the ground easily. The rings can slide up and down the 3 legs, which makes them more versatile. I wish I'd had these earlier in the season to support my delphiniums before they got so tall that they flopped over in the rain. The plants seem happier now that they are upright.
July 28, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Yazsgranny Vigoro Large Plant Support
The Vigoro Large Plant Support was ordered because I have an Umbrella Plant (Schefflera) in my picture window that has a mind of its own. It has overgrown every stake that I have put in the container to support it because it is now about 16 years old, taller than me and still gowing. The package has 3 supports that are in 3 sizes. I am pleased with this product. It is helping me reclaim my window and I would recommend it.
August 28, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Tom3 Good flower supports
These are nice flower supports and the ring design is sturdy. Takes a little bit of time to set them up but at the end of the season they don't take up much space at all in storage compared to preformed cages. .
I posted a picture of the springs that hold the rings on the stakes so you get an idea what it's like. Pinch the extensions on the back of the spring together and they slide up and down the stake easier. After you get the rings where you want them, slide the stakes around the rings to form the cage. That's what seems to work best for me anyway.
I have a pack with 3 different sizes. Approximate sizes are:
36" high stakes with 4 rings. Largest ring 12" smallest 9"
29 1/2" high stakes with 3 rings. Largest ring diameter 11 1/2" smallest 9"
24" high stakes with 3 rings. Largest ring 9" smallest 7"
You can take the rings off of them by bending the spring arms and place them on a different stakes. I took the larger rings off the 36" stakes and put them on the medium sized stakes to use for peonies.
May 26, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Verified Reviewer Depends on the plants you need to support
i tried this with plants that are already mature and full grown. unfortunately since the circumference is limited it was hard to bend the plants to get inside. I will try these again in the spring as tomato plant supports before the plant is grown. the good part is that you can choose where to put the rings which would be useful as the plant is growing...
January 8, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by kens Holds up tall plants
I plan to use these supports on my tall growing perennials such as delphinium next spring. They appear to be sturdy and easily adjustable. They are spring loaded and fold flat for storage in the winter.
October 28, 2013