All we did was take pieces of hogwire (that were laying around our property so these cages are FREE) and bend them into a U/V shape.
Then we put them along the rows over the place where the tomatoes will be planted. The holes in the wire are large enough for me to put my hand in and , hopefully, pick the tomato and pull it out through the hole. The hog wire is very thick and strong, so it should be able to hold the vines up easily.
The asparagus that I planted last year is coming up. I was told not to harvest any the first year, but I should be able to harvest some this year. Can't wait!
These will fill out and be all ferny later in the season.
See, here's a perfect asparagus...just like in the grocery store. I'm constantly amazed at what will actually grow when I plant it. Not everything grows, but it's exciting when it does!