Growing Tomatoes - Linked to Incurable Gardening Addiction... lots of great tomato growing info here

Growing Tomatoes - Linked to Incurable Gardening Addiction... lots of great tomato growing info here

There are two reasons to tie tomatoes, and there's a different tie for each one. Train the leader to grow upright with a loose, figure-eight tie. To support burgeoning fruit, loop a long tie above a fruit cluster, and tie it to the stake 6 to 10 inches higher. Loop the tie twice around the stake and tie it tightly so the tomatoes don't pull it down with their weight.

There are two reasons to tie tomatoes, and there's a different tie for each one. Train the leader to grow upright with a loose, figure-eight tie. To support burgeoning fruit, loop a long tie above a fruit cluster, and tie it to the stake 6 to 10 inches higher. Loop the tie twice around the stake and tie it tightly so the tomatoes don't pull it down with their weight.

Supporting Dahlias, A NO Stake NO Tie System. Many people find staking and tying dahlias to be a tedious task with a rather unsightly outcome. I number myself among these and over the years have developed a dahlia support system which requires no stakes, no ties and is nearly invisible when the dahlia plant reaches maturity. (Be sure to see page 2.)

Supporting Dahlias, A NO Stake NO Tie System. Many people find staking and tying dahlias to be a tedious task with a rather unsightly outcome. I number myself among these and over the years have developed a dahlia support system which requires no stakes, no ties and is nearly invisible when the dahlia plant reaches maturity. (Be sure to see page 2.)

Supporting Dahlias, A NO Stake NO Tie System. Many people find staking and tying dahlias to be a tedious task with a rather unsightly outcome. I number myself among these and over the years have developed a dahlia support system which requires no stakes, no ties and is nearly invisible when the dahlia plant reaches maturity. (Be sure to see page 2.)

Supporting Dahlias, A NO Stake NO Tie System. Many people find staking and tying dahlias to be a tedious task with a rather unsightly outcome. I number myself among these and over the years have developed a dahlia support system which requires no stakes, no ties and is nearly invisible when the dahlia plant reaches maturity. (Be sure to see page 2.)

#saferbrand and #MyOrganicGardenWishList Garden Care, Stake It Easy™ Plant Staking System, STEZ1-1

#saferbrand and #MyOrganicGardenWishList Garden Care, Stake It Easy™ Plant Staking System, STEZ1-1

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