The tomato plants are in the pots on the right of the picture. The pots (they seem smaller in the picture) are about 5 gallon pots. I put two "Better Boy" tomato plants in each pot. I even have 5 little green tomatoes growing on my bushes. You cannot tell from the picture, but I had to put metal wire cages around my tomato plants to support them as they grow.
These are my perennial cone flowers. The one's in the far left back pot with the fuzzy, rounded leaves are rudibekia, the yellow cone flower. The slick, pointed-leaved plants in the center, front pot and the small pot on the left are echinacea magnus, the pink coneflower. These will eventually grow too big for these pots and will need to be transferred to the ground or bigger pots. The tall plant on the far right is Phlox and will need to be divided and planted in the ground or in larger pots when the plants get big.
All supplies, such as pots, saucers, plants, and cages, can be purchased at a local home improvement stores.