If you’ve gardened for a bit, chances are you’re familiar with the well-known wire tomato cages you can buy at any nursery or garden center. This means you’ve likely dealt with them falling over or becoming greatly disfigured when you pull them out of the ground at the end of the season. That makes it incredibly difficult to position them around plants the following year.
However, suppose you’re willing to put in a little work. In that case, you can create the following sturdy plant cages or supports, using minimal supplies or perhaps even upcycling materials you already have on hand.