Florida Weave - finally found the name of the method I want to grow my tomatoes

Florida weave This staking option works well when growing many tomato plants. Twine is woven around wooden stakes to support unpruned plants as they grow. Steel T-posts at the ends of the row hold the temporary structure in place.

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the Florida weave support method for tomatoes. Might try this since all my tomato cages have disappeared.

Florida weave for supporting tomatoes - genius! Karen has written a great article for tomato newbies, about removing suckers, pruning leaves, & tying up tomatoes.

Pruning and supporting heirloom tomato plants -- remove some suckers, remove the lower third of leaves to prevent blight, and use the Florida Weave + stakes for support

How to Stake Tomatoes the Rustic Sicilian Way -- wish I had seen this months ago! Definitely doing it next year

How to Stake Tomatoes the Rustic Sicilian Way - this even looks better than those wire tomato cages! Wow, little did I know I was rustic Sicilian all this time!

These great tips of how to save gardening space by growing vertically up allows you use less ground space while growing vining plants or vegetables. For th

The Tiberian Growdome System

These great tips of how to save gardening space by growing vertically up allows you use less ground space while growing vining plants or vegetables.

like this idea.  Not just for 'maters, but zucs and cukes too.

I like this trellis idea for melons or pumpkins - Ideas for supporting tomato plants. A whole row for tomatoes, cukes, etc. planted on the far side, and shade tolerant lettuces, radishes and beets underneath.

tomato pruning diagram- i learn something new every year with my garden. my neighbor taught me this, a month ago.

try to remember this for next year.tomato pruning diagram- i learn something new every year with my garden. my neighbor taught me this, a month ago.

Star tomato support - A terra-cotta pot paired with these supports is ideal for determinate tomatoes, which don't grow as tall as indeterminate varieties. Drive five 1-by-1-inch stakes into soil, to bottom of pot; stakes should be long enough to stand 4 feet above the soil. Plant a seedling in center of the pot. Wind nylon twine star shapes around stakes at 6-inch intervals.

Twine-Star Supports

Twine-Star Supports - Martha Stewart Lawn and GardenStar supports for tomato plants trellis

Sidney Belle-offers support for larger established planting, shrub Roses and the tallest of perennials. Made of elegant solid steel wire with rusted finish.

Sidney Belle

Sidney Plant Belle the metal Grow through plant support – make something like this with tomato stakes?

How to Tie Up Tomato Plants

How to Tie Up Tomato Plants

DIY Bamboo tomato cages - tutorial is general enough that you could make these in any shape/size. . .get creative

Homemade bamboo tomato cages (Cost: $0)

I'm using my excess bamboo to make tomato cages. Okay, yes, I know I need to do a bit of weeding. I've been a little busy, but that's next.

Pruning Tomato Plants: how to prune tomatoes - All  Tomato

Just did this last night.Stake and prune your tomatoes for best results. Green shoots, called suckers, appear wherever a leaf meets the single stem of a tomato plant. Lopping the overgrown sucker off keeps the plant neat and uncongested.

Very detailed instructions on how to grow a better tomato plant.

Advantages of Pruning Tomato Plants Pinching off the “suckers” from a tomato plant will help the plant to concentrate its energy on the growing fruit instead of the leaves, creating better, healthier

How to prune your cukes so they grow vertically up a trellis

It is not necessary to prune cucumber plants, if you have the space to let them grow more naturally on your trellis. -- How to Prune Your Cucumbers to Grow them Vertically up a Trellis

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