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Description

Stake for survival. Until a tree is firmly rooted in its new home, it may be in danger of being uprooted by things like windstorms. This is why we encourage growers to stake new trees for protection. This stake-and-strap system holds your tree in place while also allowing movement as the tree grows. For best results, install tree stakes at, or soon after, planting time. Strongly recommended for young dwarf trees. Each Tree Stake includes one sturdy fiberglass rod and one 3/4" wide x 10 1/2" long flexible strap.

  • Stake for young trees: 48" tall x 5/8" around
  • Stake for robust young trees: 62" tall x 5/8" around

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Why did you choose this?
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stabilize the tree
Mark H on Nov 1, 2018
Used before; durable.
WILLIAM B on May 2, 2018
stabilize the tree
Mark H on Nov 1, 2018
We live in a very windy area, being able to secure our tree to make sure it can stay upright is essential.
M A on Jun 11, 2018
Used before; durable.
WILLIAM B on May 2, 2018
New trees were bending and I realized I needed to correct this early on
Virginia H on Apr 30, 2018
Good product keeps the trunk straight for most of the growing
Joseph T on Feb 2, 2018
We live on an island in New England, and our winters are windy.
Reema S on Oct 7, 2017
Since we were planting bare root trees we wanted them to have good protection against strong winds.
Trudy J on Apr 24, 2017
I want to have the tree secured due to Texas March winds!
Brenda G on Mar 19, 2017
I love these. They work really good for rose trees and my miniture fruit trees.
Mary Beth D on Mar 8, 2017
To help keep our apple trees straight.
Thomas R on Oct 30, 2016
To help the tree grow straight and protect it from strong winds.
Donald R on Sep 9, 2016
i bought a lot of trees this year for my yard. i knew that needed high quality tree stakes since it's been really windy where i live. these are exactly what my young trees need. i see them working every day.
Heather C on Jun 17, 2016
Easy to reuse on new stock
lynn l on Jun 3, 2016
Always good to stake new trees.
Peter M on May 23, 2016
We have a great spot that provides the full sun needed for apple trees; however it's in an open area that can get very windy. I want to ensure the tree survives its first year without getting damaged due to wind.
Anne M on May 11, 2016
I'm planting 6 dwarf trees and in Sierra vista, AZ it can get very windy. Last week we had 50 mph winds.
Ben B on Mar 26, 2016
we live in a windy location
CAROLINE G on Mar 17, 2016
No tripping over this stake!
Diane E on Mar 11, 2016
We live in a very windy area, being able to secure our tree to make sure it can stay upright is essential.
M A on Jun 11, 2018
New trees were bending and I realized I needed to correct this early on
Virginia H on Apr 30, 2018
The description does not say how long the stakes are. I would like to know before I order this product. How long are the stakes?
Suzanne L on Oct 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The description notes that there are two sizes: 48" and 62". Please see the "Choose your option" drop down box to choose the height that fits your tree best.
Typically how long should a 2 inch tree stayed staked ? 2 inches when planted
Marshall A on Apr 17, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Young trees should be supported until the trunk is thick enough so that they can support themselves. I would say at least 3 to 4-inches in diameter. Otherwise, there will be a good chance of the trees not growing directly upright.
Planting patterns for ten English walnut trees?
H McMillan on Aug 17, 2018
BEST ANSWER: These trees grow about 50' tall, so keep them away from power lines and buildings. I guess it's a matter of personal preference, but we plant in a scatter pattern to give a grove a natural look. Most are about 40' apart, but we vary that a bit, again to get a more natural pattern. Hope this is helpful. Good luck! Mary Sue from Virginia
How do you deter squirrels and deer from apple trees?
J. K on Jun 20, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Fencing is really the best option. Some people use Liquid Fence with good results. Keeping fallen fruit off the ground also helps. Some people have strung old CDs together (kind of like a child's mobile" and tied it to a tree branch. They rattle in the wind the scare the deer.
Do I only need one per (dwarf peach) tree?
Hannah B on Mar 28, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I do not have any peach trees, but I have planted several dwarf cherries, apples, and pears. I have only used 1 stake per tree and they are doing great. The strap is adjustable for tensioning and growth.

Customer Reviews

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When ordering a dwarf fruit one has to bare in mind that the length of the tree stake far exceeds the height of the dwarf tree. That being the case I can not, at this time take advantage of the rubber stirrup at the top of the tree stake. I had to install my own stirrup approximately twelve or fourteen inches below the height of the tree stake I ordered in order to utilize the tree stale I ordered. As the tree grows, perhaps in another year or two I will probably be able to get full utilization of the tree stake I ordered. Another lower stirrup would have been more useful.
July 5, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Only tree stack that I can mow round.
Does not stick out in the yard so mowing is easy. Worth the price.
August 4, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Wise Investment
The first time I needed a tree stake, I came up with the idea of essentially building my own. It was very time-consuming and annoying. Then I determined that I should go ahead and buy Stark Bro's tree stake. No hassles and so very simple! (Also, superior to my homemade contraption.) Even if you live somewhere that's fairly sheltered from strong wind as I do, each year there's usually some big gusts and you'll want a stake. I am extremely pleased with the functionality and ease of this product.
May 9, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Great Stake for Small Trees
After trying several other types of staking apparatus, I discovered this one. It worked so well on my dwarf cherry that I bought another for my dwarf apple. They won't be sturdy enough for a large tree.
May 5, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Great support
Theses are great-very sturdy and easy to use. I've mostly used them to straighten my trees up a bit and to help with stability in the high winds in the spring and fall. Highly recommend.
May 13, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Tree Stake
I love them. They are very sturdy.
April 13, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Pricey, but worth it!
Dad bought these for his trees and they work perfect for new plantings, especially dwarf.
February 26, 2016
good job
So far so good lasted 2 years know. Great quality and not hard to use.
June 11, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Very easy to use
I like this tree stake a lot. It was very easy to install and I like the adjustable, flat, rubbery strap that attaches to the tree. It keeps the tree straight without scraping or hurting the trunk and the strap is easy to undo and move as the tree grows.
July 26, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Works as expected
The tree stakes that I purchased with my trees works as expected. It is very windy in Arizona so they have been invaluable in protecting the trees.
June 5, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago