dense raised beds, 4 heirloom tomatoes - how to stake?
I'm the proud new owner of 2 raised beds - one is 4' x 6' by 2' deep - the other is 4' x 8' x 2.
I planted 4 heirloom tomatoes - spaced pretty close to some cucumbers, peas, and yellow squash in the 4' x 6' x 2' bed. They aren't in a row.
I want to use supports for all the veggies - but am particulary concerned about the heirlooms because I understand they get very large.
I'm not very handy. I'm willing to spend a little money.
I'm considering 4 tomato ladders
but am worried they won't be tall enough.
On the other hand, these tall cages seem like they might not fit in the densely planted area:
here is a picture of the bed:
I have bamboo stakes for the strawberries, and am thinking about smaller ladders for the cucumbers and peas (in the unlikely event the peas - late planted) grow up.
I'm new - can you tell? Thanks for any help.