I found thisI would have to figure out there to hang them, but I might just to say I did. I would then send them to you for shipping. LOL Dunno how they will fair with the US soccer team shipping them. The last few boxes I received look like they were kicked around a few times.At first glance, this might look like an unusual way to grow tomatoes. But Jim Appleby from Iowa has discovered several benefits to hanging his tomatoes in buckets. First, the air can circulate better so the plants have almost no disease problems. Second, the fruit doesn’t rot as quickly as that on the ground. And finally, some critters that eat tomatoes have trouble getting to the ripening fruit.