This was an amazing plant. We planted 3 of these. They all grew to 6 feet tall. We had to tie them to the ceiling. We got about 40 small tomatoes off these plants and they had a delicious, zingy flavor that we loved. We learned to pick them fairly quickly when they turned yellowish-orange to get the best flavor from them. If left on the vines too long, the flavor depreciated. We finally took them out of the unit and planted them in dirt and placed them outside. They are starting to show flowers again, to start the cycle of growing more tomatoes. We highly recommend these tomatoes. So delicious and so prolific! As Sacramento is very sunny, we placed them so they get shade much of the day, but they get sunlight for about two-three hours. It gets too hot for tomatoes here if placed in direct sunlight continuously, outside. They LOVED being inside, grown hydroponically. We planted them outside when they seemed too large for the unit and were covering up the other growing plants too much with their vines and leaves. But the tomatoes are delicious.