Grow Towering Tomatoes

When you start talking tomatoes with gardeners, there’s always someone who’s looking for a taller support. Our answer: Stacking Tomato Ladders. When installed, they give you 6.5 feet of vertical growing space.

When you start talking tomatoes with gardeners, there’s always someone who’s looking for a taller support. Our answer: Stacking Tomato Ladders. When installed, they give you 6.5 feet of vertical growing space.

To create them, we started with our best support, the Tomato Ladder, and made it stackable. The new ladders still have 7mm steel uprights and our exclusive “plant cradle” crosspieces that give multiple places for vines to rest. Each set includes six 32.5″ tall sections. Use a single section to support eggplants and peppers; stack two for bush tomatoes; stack three for tall, indeterminate tomatoes.

These are the sturdiest ladders you can buy — 20% thicker than others on the market — with a long-lasting, weatherproof powder coating. We have some that are 15 years old and still look as good as new. The best part? They come in green and red.

How do you support your tomatoes? Ladders, cages or something else? Read the article on Tomato Support Techniques to see what others are doing. You can also share your techniques and photos.

Bamboo poles and twine provide support for rows of tomato plants. How to you support your tomatoes? Share your ideas in our article, Tomato Support Techniques.

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