Veggie Cage Videos
Veggie Cage, LLC has produced these great Veggie Cage videos to show you exactly how the Veggie Cage can help any gardener grow healthier, taller veggies, and we’ve added some new Veggie Cage information to update you on our latest product re-design.
It takes only a few minutes to watch our informative how-to film to learn everything you really need to know about how to use the Veggie Cage in your home garden or professional horticultural center.
Whether you are about to plant your first organic tomato and just want to see how the Veggie Cage product can get you started, or if you’ve used countless other methods for tying or staking your tomatoes and other beautiful veggies, these short videos will help you understand why our product is better than ties and metal stakes alone. You’ll learn how to use the Veggie Cage with confidence and what to do with your Veggie Cage at the end of a growing season.
Veggie Cage LLC was established in 2003. Our entire purpose for being here is to come up with new products to help make it easier for individuals to successfully participate in one of the world’s most rewarding activities--gardening!
Tomato Ring, Vegetable Garden Support & More
Veggie Cage LLC founders Michel Paille and Robert Sanazaro have made it possible for growers of all levels to successfully grow larger tomato plants by providing this unique option to wire ties and other products that often don’t allow plants to grow upward and tall or to breathe and avoid pinching.
The Veggie Cage is intended to simply help gardeners of all levels eliminate the time-consuming and tedious task of tying and retying tomato plants to a stake, without having to resort to using those awkward and unattractive metal cages.
The Veggie Cage will support even the largest, most robust tomato plants, as well as snow peas, beans, flowers and other trailing plants. Veggie Cage Company remodeled its most popular cage and released the Tomato Ring in the 2009 season. Like the Veggie Cage, the Tomato Ring’s new oval shape makes staking tomatoes a cinch and allows you to actually maximize smaller space for growing.
Please view our Veggie Cage videos to find out how you can enhance your growing skills and and get all of the Veggie Cage information you need to yield larger, healthier tomatoes, peppers, beans and more!