48 Inch Park Seed Tomato Cages

48 Inch Park Seed Tomato Cages

Super-sized supports for Park's super-sized tomatoes


Item # 32236-PK-3
In stock - allow 3-5 business days for order processing prior to shipment.
$47.95
Quantity
Please Note: To avoid weekend transit, Garden Fresh Express orders placed after 6:00 am EST on Wednesday will ship the following Monday. Requests for overnight shipping upgrades placed after 12:00 pm (noon) EST on Thursday will not ship until the following Monday.
Item Form Pack of 3
Height 4 ft
Width 14 in
Additional Characteristics Made in USA, Plant Supports, Tomato aids
Restrictions *Due to state restrictions we cannot ship to the following:
Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands

Review Summary
(Based on 9 Reviews)

5 star rating
Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0

Reviews

5 star rating
Best Cages
Ethel from GA wrote on March 10, 2022

I bought these tomato cages a few years ago and never regretted it. They are so easy to unfold in the spring and fold up in the winter. Very sturdy. They never fall over with the weight of the big tomato plants. This is a great investment for your garden. Saves space also because when folded flat you can hang them up out of the way unlike those bulky old cages.

5 star rating
Good Tomato Cage
Terry from NM wrote on April 07, 2020

The wires aren't nearly as thick as they look in the illustration for this listing. But you can pull them out of the box and pop them open immediately with no assembly required. They have solid construction and work as an excellent support. A friend recommended these to me. I wasn't able to find anything anywhere better than these.

5 star rating
Caged
The Scott from CA wrote on April 03, 2020

Most local tomato cages are too short and flimsy for my tomatoes. These cages have the needed height, durable gauge construction and fold up!!!

5 star rating
Caged
The Scott from CA wrote on April 03, 2020

Most local tomato cages are too short and flimsy for my tomatoes. These cages have the needed height, durable gauge construction and fold up!!!

5 star rating
Best Tomato Ever
John S from NY wrote on September 30, 2019

I have tried several types of cages. These are the best I have found. They seem durable, fold to save space and less need to tie the tomato plant. The plant just grows within the confines of the cage. In my opinion, the most convent feature is the ability to stack them together giving you approximately 7 feet of total cage.

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