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BEST STAKING SYSTEM...EVER!! June 22, 2012
Your stakes have to be the most versatile that I have ever used. Frustrated with metal cages, poles, etc. I have for years let the tomatoes roam free on the ground. This left the vines and fruit vulnerable to rot and all sorts of buggies. Also, the fruit production was very low. This year I tried your staking system and have been FLABBERGASTED at the superior ease of use and support of my plants. My tomato plants withstood a fierce rainstorm with sixty mile per hour winds and experienced NO breakage of vines at all. I just returned from the garden where my daughter and I swapped out three foot stakes for six foot ones. The patio tomato planted in the ground is flourishing and needed added height. It was a snap to place my foot on the arc where the metal anchors are and twist out the three foot sections and reinsert a six foot section. The arms easily snapped back onto the stakes. I have also been able to add sections horizontally to accommodate the plants that insist in growing "arms". I am thrilled with this product!
Best Tomato-Staking Solution! June 16, 2012
I bought several of these stakes in my local grocery store a few years ago. They ARE easy to put together, they ARE sturdy, they DO hold up for several years. they DO support the tomato plants well - and they DO look nicer than any other wire or wooden stakes I have used. I need five more stakes and am delighted to find them on your web site. Thanks for continuing to make them.
Gardening How To Member Test Review: Great for any Running Plants February 11, 2011
Reviewer: Terry P Williams
It is great for any running plants, not just vegetable gardens. Easy to use for indoor tomato plants and others as well. I used this to run a big ivy plant I had, and look forward to using for others as well!
Gardening How To Member Test Review: Sturdy and no Rust February 11, 2011
Reviewer: Michael Price
The heavy plastic construction that doesn't rust is much more attractive than the thin wire systems. The ability to adjust the side rails makes it much more useful in different planting arrangements. We are in the midst of winter, but I know it will be just the thing this spring and summer!
Gardening How To Member Test Review: Provides Results February 11, 2011
Reviewer: Pat Word
I feel very strongly that this product will produce the results that every gardener is seeking when it comes to flower planting. I used this for traditional roses.
Gardening How To Member Test Review: Appreciate the Metal Stakes February 11, 2011
Reviewer: Howard Wyche
I found the instructions easy to follow and it was easy to put together. I appreciated that the stakes that go into the ground are metal since I have rocky clay soil.
Gardening How To Memeber Test Review: Easy Assembly February 11, 2011
Reviewer: Carolyn Bush
To assemble is very easy, nothing to it! To set up is effortless and easy to connect al the parts together. Easy to shape the way you want it and it is big enough in stature to hold a large plant in place. I plan to use it on large tomato plants this summer. I know that this large stake will suit my purpose beautifully...
Gardening How To Member Test Review: Attractive - A++ February 11, 2011
Reviewer: Don Kilman
This product was very easy to use and to assemble. I had been using various sticks and plastic ties on plants and they looked just awful. This product is attractive and will last for many many seasons. What is also nice is that when using it on tomatoes you can easily remove it and use it on another plant. I had a sick tomato plant that had been grown on a wire plant support and I found it impossible to remove it since it did not come apart. I would recommend this product to anyone who wants a solution to using those ugly wire plant supports. This product might cost more than the cheap wire ones but it will pay for itself in just a few growing seasons and it is so nice how easy, attractive, sturdy and durable this product is. A++
great tomato cage May 27, 2010
We bought the other model last year and more this year. Save the ties to use to tie plants if needed. Suggest you sell the spear separately for other types of plants.