I have been using Tumbling Tom Tomatoes for approximately 10 years. I start them in the house and transplant them to 16" hanging baskets before I put them out. I put 2 or 3 other plants with them depending on the size of the other plants. I have combined them with dwarf broccoli, peppers, hollyhocks, moss roses and nasturtiums, sunflowers and untold other vegetables and flowers. I put a 12-19" stake in the middle of the container to support the tomato plants and it seems to help. One year I counted 70 tomatoes on one side of the container and figured I had 140 fruit on that plant. I eat the tomatoes off the plant. The skin is a little tough and if I do decide to harvest them I freeze them in quart containers for soup and remove the skins or cut them in half before using them. The tomatoes stay on the vines for a long time, and I have some on there now in January. The vines tend to die off in late summer. We had one plant in a basket outside our kitchen window and one day my wife and I watched a squirrel in the basket picking off the fruits and burying them right in the basket. I also have a garden program at the local senior center and we have some pictures on our Facebook page.