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Stake It Easy™ Plant Staking System with Ties

model #: BSTEZ006A

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Staking tomatoes and other vine grown plants. The patent pending design grows taller and wider as your plant grows, supporting each growing branch. This roll of strong, durable stretch tie can be cut to needed length. read full product details »
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Stake It Easy™ Plant Staking System with Sturdy Stretch Tie


Stake It Easy™ Plant Staking System


The patent pending design of Stake It Easy™ (STEZ) grows taller (up to 6')as your plant grows supporting each growing branch.  More advanced than traditional tomato cages and garden stakes, this system actually grows with your plants.


To assemble, just snap together. Then adjust the height and expandable support arms as the plant grows. The system comes with six, 3-ft. long Sturdy Stakes and 3 connectors to add height when needed. Also included are nine expandable support arms to add width as the plant grows.Earned the Gardening Club Seal of Approval


This versatile system can be used with tomatoes or most vine plants that need support. 



Gardeners Blue Ribbon™ Sturdy Stretch Tie


This roll of strong, durable stretch tie can be cut to needed length and expands with plant’s growth.


The Gardener’s Blue Ribbon® Sturdy Stretch Tie (T006A) can be used for tying/securing anything in your garden. Stretch design is great for plants as it allows for plant growth and helps prevent wind damage. Use strips as motion devices to scare away unwanted garden visitors. A must among your garden supplies; it has hundreds of other uses, too!

This weather proof, inch wide tape comes in a natural green color and is so easy to store. 


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Tomato Cages for your Vegetable Garden


tomato cages

Tomato cages not only support tomatoes and encourage them to grow but they allow them to develop naturally. Before purchasing tomato cages make sure they are designed so that plants will grow vertically without the fruit and leaves weighing down the stems. If tomato cages aren’t sturdy enough as the plant becomes more mature, the stems will be too heavy for the tomato cages. Also, strong winds can easily blow over flimsy tomato cages.

Most tomato cages you see in the store are made of a light wire - these may not be sturdy enough to provide the required support, and they only last one season. Instead look for tomato cages that are sturdy, made of a heavier metal and flexible enough to adjust to your plants growth.

tomato cages - tomatoes
Tomato cages should also be tall enough for plants to grow to full height – at least five feet or more for most varieties.

Tomato cages come in a variety of guises, not just wire, from homemade support systems using wood and twine to spiral designs. However, one of the best types of tomato cages to look for are the ones that are very sturdy, made of a heavy metal, ones that have the ability to grow with the plant, and ones that you can use for several seasons.

tomato cages - harvest


When you use tomato cages be careful to tie the plant correctly, otherwise you can damage the stems. Tomato cages allow air to circulate freely through the plants and the foliage naturally shades the fruit. Using soft garden twine or plastic ties with your tomato cages is a good idea.

Whether you are using plant stakes or tomato cages, hammer these into place when the seedlings are still small to avoid disturbing the roots later.




1 plant stake
3 per pkg.
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