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Stake pepper plants Attach the main stem of your tomato plant to a single wooden stake with loose twist ties. (This technique also works well for pepper plants.) As the tomato plant grows taller through the season, add more ties to secure the tip to the pole. Here's a hint: Remove excess side branches by pinching them off at the main stem before they grow 6 inches long.
15 fun ways to grow tomatoes (love the dahlias next to them and the creative fencing to keep out the critters)
Two wire-mesh panels leaning against each other make a quick-to-assemble support structure for two tomato plants at once. Plant a tomato vine at the base of each panel. Clip or wire the tops together for stability. When it's time to clean up the garden, the panels stack flat, saving on storage space.