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42 in. Galvanized Tomato Cage

  • Made of galvanized steel to fight rust
  • 42 in. high to help support larger tomato plants
  • 3 supportive wire legs and wire rings
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Product Overview

Give your tomatoes and other vining plants the support they need to grow with the Gilbert & Bennett 42 in. galvanized tomato cage. Plants that grow inside a cage utilize the sides of the cage to support the stems and need fewer ties. Just place one plant inside the cage and guide the stems through as they grow. This tomato cage is ample enough to help keep even the largest tomato plants contained and under control without blocking sunlight or rain, but be sure to keep plants growing tall and off the ground for better air circulation. The large openings make harvesting easy and its galvanized finish makes it reusable season after season. This cage can be used in a garden bed, raised garden, or for container gardening. These cages are easy to take out at the end of the season and are stackable within each other for easy storage.
  • 3 long stakes keep cage anchored securely
  • Legs: 7-Gauge wire, rings: 8-Gauge wire
  • 15.75 in. top ring diameter
  • Supports plants/vines up to 10 lbs. in weight
  • Stakes into your yard or garden with the press of a foot
  • Can be used for multiple projects as seen on pinterest
  • Galvanization helps fight against rust



  • California residents

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
16.14
Product Height (in.)
42
Product Width (in.)
16.14

Details

Color/Finish
Galvanized
Landscape Supply Type
Plant Support & Protection
Material
Metal
Plant Support Type
Plant Cage
Returnable
90-Day

Questions & Answers

7Questions26Answers

Where are these made? I'm looking for American made or at least not made in China.

Asked by Katie February 16, 2021
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Answer

There may have been a sticker on the product with this information, but it is unfortunately long gone. Sorry.

how wide is the top ring?

Asked by RC May 24, 2020
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Yes, I ordered online and when I went to pickup, the lady was really helpful and took her time. Thank you!

Where do I file a complaint against MAT or G and B, the makers and distributors of the heavy duty tomato cages.

Asked by mickey August 25, 2018
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Very sturdy!!

Is it safe to use your cancer causing tomato cages in my garden?....reference reviews of this pro...

Asked by Questioneverything March 30, 2017
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This product presents zero risk when used to support edible plants as intended. The CA warning probably applies to the welds which contain minimal amounts of stable compounds such as lead. Fruiting plants such as tomatoes absorb nutrients from their roots deep in the soil, not thru stems or fruits. The welds never contact the ground. The only health risk would be if you ground up the cage and then ate all the particles. Don't do that!!

Would these hold up Peonies?

Asked by Juliejulian May 16, 2016
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Answers

Yes, I bought them for this purpose, they are perfect!

How far from the top ring to the bottom ring?

Asked by matermark April 13, 2016
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What the measurement in diameter of the top ring

I have a vine type plant will this work?

Asked by Kennybygod July 3, 2015
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My green bean plants loved it. Takes a little effort to clean the old vines off of it after harvesting the green beans.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
    out of 434 reviews
  • 87% recommend this product
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Very user friendly, no extra skill required, plants guide themselves onto the cage. I am glad I c...
Very user friendly, no extra skill required, plants guide themselves onto the cage. I am glad I chose this one.
by Busybee
Sturdy and well built. Easy to use and store. Will last for many seasons.
Sturdy and well built. Easy to use and store. Will last for many seasons.
by Gforce
It's challenging to wax enthusiastic for tomato cages <LOL>. Anyway, these fit the bill, offering...
It's challenging to wax enthusiastic for tomato cages <LOL>. Anyway, these fit the bill, offering the proper support for my tomato plants set in plastic wash tubs (my "soil" is almost solid rock about 4" from the surface). Price was reasonable, and they were in stock. Cool beans. Um, er, tomatoes!
by BuilderBob
2 people found this helpful
They were the perfect size and very sturdy and perfect...
They were the perfect size and very sturdy and perfect for my indoor garden
by Younglifeextracts
1 person found this helpful
Great quality for the price!
The are the best quality for the price by far i have seen or used yet! My son just started getting into growing vegis and needed some of these cages and they had so many colors! We chose the traditional color for now. They are a great value tall and super sturdy went into the ground really easy was able to do it by myself. Will defenitly buy again when i need more!
by momof3
Everything is great but the welds come apart. Lack of material on the weld. Weak weld. If that co...
Everything is great but the welds come apart. Lack of material on the weld. Weak weld. If that could be corrected they would be perfect.
by HomeDepotCustomer
3 people found this helpful
This works as expected.
This works as expected.
by John
Ignore the first review -- these cages are just fine! =)
To the person who left a "1" rating on May 8th...you simply bought the wrong cages. Read the tag on your tomato plant for the planting specs and growth range, as all tomato breeds and planting conditions may vary. I bought 14 of these for my garden for Roma, Cherry, Tomato-Berry and Grape tomatoes. This is in addition to the 8 cages which I bought from HD last year (22 total). In my opinion, they will support most tomato plants, even the ones that grow a little taller/wider. Plus my garden is out in the open NW Ohio country with little to no wind block whatsoever, and we get 15-30mph wind gusts often. These cages should last you YEARS. =)
by Dan
26 people found this helpful
Too short for tomato plant
Not tall enough for tomato. Need at least 52" tall cage for tomato. Had to add a foot to the cage.
by CTMom
3 people found this helpful
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