I admittedly didn't plan the second phase of my raised bed garden that well, ergo I accidentally transplanted two yellow pear tomato plants in the worst possible corner of the garden. Fast forward a few months, and these things are monsters. They've definitely escaped the edge of the bed, and they are threatening to take over the borrowed front yard in which I garden. I've staked them the best I can, but there's almost too many vines to tie to the post. Is it too late for cages? Yellow pears are indeterminate, and the first frost doesn't come here until mid-October, so they have a while to grow ... and spread.