Mel's Tomato Tower

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10.00 LBS
SFG Tomato Tower


 Mel's Tomato Tower

This vertcal growing support saves even more space, keeps vining plants from under feet allowing more sunlight and health. Harvest over 100 pounds of tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, melons, even pumpkins using Mel's Tomato Tower. 

Approx. 5 1/2' tall and 4' wide constructed out of galvanized steel; it is sturdy, strong, and long-lasting. It includes easy to reach through unbreakable nylon netting cut to length, 10 plastic zip ties to attach netting and 2 pieces of 2',1/2" rebar. Easy assembly. 


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  • 5
    Garden kits and trellises

    Posted by Unknown on 7th Jun 2016

    We are very glad we purchased your trellises and garden box kits - it saved us all kinds of time putting our 3 gardens together. The gardens look wonderful!

    There were a couple of hardware issues you might want to look into. Two out of three kits were missing screws, and one out of three trellises was missing the pipe connection. It was vexing to stop work and go fetch parts.

    We would still recommend your garden to everyone. It is really fabulous!

  • 5
    Tomato Tower

    Posted by Unknown on 16th May 2016

    This tomato tower was easy to set up and looks great. I'm using it with a box on my patio. Looking forward to having my climbers like tomatoes, cucumbers, and squash rising neatly upward rather than sprawling.

  • 4
    tomato trellis will be used for snow peas, pole beans, tomatoes, cucumbers. etc.

    Posted by Unknown on 5th Mar 2016

    The product came ready to assemble. It saved me from looking around for parts to build the product. I am looking forward to having garden space saved so that I can plant more veggies. One of the couplings would not allow the set screw to be tightened. But the lady in customer service (on Saturday) said she would get one to me.
    One suggestion I would make, is to have an option for netting that has simple fasteners already on it. It might save an hour or so per trellis.