I saw this idea for Tomato Cage Topiaries years ago in a Southern Living magazine. Of course, theirs were completely covered in fruits and pinecones and other fluffy stuff I simply didn’t have. What I did have was some garland, white lights and ribbon, and two tomato cages just taking up space in the garage.
To make a tomato cage topiary, pull that tomato cage out of the garage where you thought you were storing it for the winter. Simply wrap the garland with white lights and a ribbon. Then wrap the tomato cage with the garland. Add a bow on top and some cascading ribbon down the side. Use your empty flower pots to stake the tomato cage to. Aren’t empty flower pots depressing? Now they don’t have to be!
PRESTO! In 10 minutes you’ve got DIY Tomato Cage Topiaries!
So have you finished decorating for the season, or are you just getting started?