Staking tomato plants
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Tomato cages aren't the only option! Learn 5 different ways to stake tomatoes to keep them off the ground, healthy and full of tomatoes!
See the best ways to support your tomato plants, and why you should put them into the soil the very first day you plant your crop!
Dana Estes saved to Houseplants & Gardens
Growing tomatoes in your vegetable garden means you get to enjoy a summer full of your own organic tomatoes. Supporting tomatoes to keep them off the ground is the best way to keep healthy plants and get more tomatoes. Looking for tomato trellis ideas to try this season in your vegetable garden? Here are the best and worst ways to stake your tomato plants.
Learn how to stake tomatoes in this simple guide which shares the benefits of staking tomatoes using the best method.
Kirsti Suomela saved to Sukka
When growing tomatoes, you need some way to contain them. Here are some different ways on how to stake tomatoes and use tomato cages. Growing up, the one vegetable that was always planted in our
tara thorstad saved to Garden
The amount of spacing needed when planting tomatoes also depends on the type of support structure you plan to create. Most gardeners will provide a vertical support structure (e.g., staking, roping, overhead suspension, teepee, Florida Weaves, etc.) for indeterminate types, which conserves space and allows for companion crop growing. Other gardeners prefer to plant determinate types in cages, which require more spacing between the cages.
GIY Plants saved to Tomato Plants
This fool-proof guide on how to plant tomatoes will ensure your tomato plants go from 3 feet tall, to over 8 feet tall. Every. Single. Time.
Jessica Miller saved to Gardening
Learn 6 great ways to train and support tomatoes including cages, trellises, string, the Florida Weave, lower and lean system, and more.
If you’ve ever grown a vining plant, you know how important it is to provide strong structures to which the vines can cling and climb. Using teepees in the vegetable garden is an easy way to support these plants, and to add eye-catching texture to the garden beds. At my Bedford, New York farm, I
Leah Ashworth saved to c-19 garden
See how to tie up your tomato plants with ease to provide the support they need. Tying up plants keeps them healthy, safe and productive!
shannon rooney saved to Vegetable garden tips