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Hops are not just for beer. They make great ornamentals in the Home Garden!
By adding alcohol to the hops, the volatile oils are more easily released. Plants may be propagated from seed but require a period of dormancy to germinate. The Hops may be used by themselves, however they do have a strong hoppy odour.
California
El Segundo
Fresh Bittersweet Vines for sale
Price : CALL

Request lengths and stem amounts. Asian and American Bittersweet available. Some vines have leaves still attached and some the leaves have already fallen. Can be fresh cut from the vine right now.
Lake
Duluth
Chinook Hops
Prices start at : 14.99 USD

Each zone corresponds to the minimum winter temperatures experienced in a given area. Make sure that your hardiness zone lies within the zone compatability range of this variety before ordering.
  • Bloom Color: Green, Yellow
  • Fruit Color: Green
  • Pollination: Self-pollinating
  • Shade/Sun: Partial Shade - Full Sun
  • Soil Composition: Loamy
  • Soil Moisture: Well Drained - Average Moistness
Missouri
Louisiana
Hops, Chinook
Prices start at : 16.99 USD / 1 Plant

In their first growing season, once your vigorous plants have yielded a big hop crop, it’s time to get brewing. In recent years, ‘Chinook’ hops have earned a devoted following of craft-brewers on a quest for the Great American Ale.
Pennsylvania
Warminster
Centennial Hops
Prices start at : 19.99 USD / Each

Make sure that your hardiness zone lies within the zone compatability range of this variety before ordering. High alpha acids make this a popular bittering hop in American pale ales and IPAs. Also used for dry hopping to add aroma.
  • Fruit Size: Medium
  • Bloom Color: Green, Yellow
  • Pollination: Self-pollinating
  • Soil Composition: Loamy
  • Soil pH Level: 6.0 - 7.0
  • Years to Bear: 1 - 2
Missouri
Louisiana
Cascade Hops
Prices start at : 19.99 USD / Each

Each zone corresponds to the minimum winter temperatures experienced in a given area. Low alpha acids with a spicy, citrus-like flavor. Ripens in August.The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties that will grow well in certain climates.
  • Ripens/Harvest: August
  • Soil Composition: Loamy
  • Fruit Size: Medium
  • Years to Bear: 1 - 2
  • Fruit Color: Green
  • Soil Moisture: Well Drained - Average Moistness
Missouri
Louisiana
Scentsation Honeysuckle Vine
Prices start at : 33.95 USD / Quart Container

This eager vine reaches 10 foot high without a second thought and easily stretches 5 feet wide.  Each flower has its own individually strong aroma, but together it’s like a perfume store exploded in your garden.
  • Brand: Proven Winners
  • Soil Type: Widely Adaptable
  • Moisture: Moderate
  • Mature Spread: 5 - 6 feet
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun, Partial Sun
  • Botanical Name: Lonicera periclymenum 'Scentsation'
Nebraska
Omaha
Centennial Hops Plant
Prices start at : 49.95 USD / 1 pcs

Here's why you need these Hops: Grows well in a diversity of regions Strong plant resistant to most diseases High Alpha Acid content, great for home brewing Distinctive flavor with citrus aroma A Centennial Hop Grows in Brooklyn Home brewers everywhere...
  • Drought Tolerance: Good
  • Mature Height: 20 ft.
  • Year to Bear: 2-3 years
  • Mature Width: 10 ft.
South Carolina
Fort Mill
Hops, Centennial
Prices start at : 16.99 USD / 1 Plant

‘Centennial’ imparts outstanding citrusy, flowery flavor and aromatics to your artisanal home brew. Dreaming of becoming a craft brewmeister? Hops are what great beers, ales, and stouts are made of.
Pennsylvania
Warminster
Cascade Hops
Prices start at : 6.95 USD / Sold Out

Water regularly during the first growing season, but do not allow the soil to become soggy. The pale green flowers from these attractive, agile, fast-growing vines are a key ingredient in beer making.
  •  Perennial
  •  Full Sun
  • Plant Height: 20-25'
  • Plant Spacing: 3-5'
Oregon
Cottage Grove
Willamette Hops
Prices start at : 6.95 USD / Sold Out

If drainage is a problem, plant on hills several inches higher than the soil level. Aphids and spider mites can cause plants damage; if present, control with Neem oil or Pyrethrin.
  • Plant Spacing: 3-5'
  • Plant Height: 20-25'
  • Perennial: Yes
  • Hardiness Zone: 4
Oregon
Cottage Grove
Top of the Hops Collection
Prices start at : 49.99 USD / Each

Make sure that your hardiness zone lies within the zone compatability range of this variety before ordering. Each zone corresponds to the minimum winter temperatures experienced in a given area.
Missouri
Louisiana
Mount Hood Hops
Prices start at : 19.99 USD / Each

Disease-resistant to downy mildew. Spicy and herbal aromatic qualities similar to its parent German Hallertau (Mittelfrueh) and popular German variety Hersbrucker. Mulch for winter protection.
  • Pollination: Self-pollinating
  • Soil pH Level: 6.0 - 7.0
  • Bloom Color: Green, Yellow
  • Fruit Size: Medium
  • Soil Moisture: Well Drained
  • Taste: Aromatic
Missouri
Louisiana
Cascade Hops Plant
Prices start at : 49.95 USD / 1 pcs

Here's why: Incredible, fast growing vine Adds character and warmth to Trellises and fencing Key ingredient to homemade beer Thick, green foliage makes an excellent, functional screen Cheers to the Cascade Hops Plant If you're looking for a dense, green,...
  • Year to Bear: 2-3 years
  • Mature Width: 10 ft.
  • Spacing: 3-5 ft.
  • Mature Height: 20 ft.
South Carolina
Fort Mill
Hops Collection
Prices start at : 24.95 USD / Sold Out

Hop plants are very hardy perennials that require a support structure to climb. Hops reach 20-25 feet tall at maturity, dying back to the ground each winter in most climates. Not available to Canada.
  • Bearing Age: 2nd year
  • Plant Spacing: 3-5'
  • Hardiness Zone: 4
  • Plant Height: 20-25'
Oregon
Cottage Grove
Kent Golding Hops
Prices start at : 6.95 USD / Sold Out

Water regularly during the first growing season, but do not allow the soil to become soggy. The pale green flowers from these attractive, agile, fast-growing vines are a key ingredient in beer making.
  •  Perennial
  •  Full Sun
  • Bearing Age: 2nd year
  • Plant Height: 20-25'
Oregon
Cottage Grove
Mt. Hood Hops
Prices start at : 6.95 USD / Sold Out

If drainage is a problem, plant on hills several inches higher than the soil level. Aphids and spider mites can cause plants damage; if present, control with Neem oil or Pyrethrin.
  • Full Sun: Yes
  • Plant Spacing: 3-5'
  • Ripening Time: September-October
  • Plant Height: 20-25'
Oregon
Cottage Grove
Willamette Hops
Prices start at : 19.99 USD / Each

Fruity, somewhat spicy, herbal qualities also pair well with Cascade in homebrews. Named for the Willamette River in northwest Oregon, in the heart of the hops-growing region. Originates from Oregon in 1976.
  • Soil Composition: Loamy
  • Shade/Sun: Full Sun
  • Taste: Aromatic
  • Zone Range: 3 - 8
  • Fruit Size: Small - Medium
  • Texture: Loose
Missouri
Louisiana
Nugget Hops
Prices start at : 14.99 USD

Yields pale greenish-yellow female flowers, or cones, which bloom in late summer. Plant bare-root rhizomes 6" deep. Mulch in winter for protection. Make sure that your hardiness zone lies within the zone compatability range of this variety before ordering.
  • Soil pH Level: 6.0 - 7.0
  • Pollination: Self-pollinating
  • Years to Bear: 1 - 2
  • Shade/Sun: Partial Shade - Full Sun
  • Bloom Color: Green, Yellow
  • Fruit Color: Green
Missouri
Louisiana
Hops Plant Pruning: When And How To Prune A Hops Plant
Cutting back hops vines like this will allow air to pass through more easily and protect the vines from all the problems associated with damp.To further prevent tangling and dampness, keep pruning hops plants down to the ground whenever they send up new...
Ohio
Willoughby
Hops Companion Plants: Learn What To Plant With Hops In Gardens
The pungent scent deters many pests and the plant is a host forincreases the vigor of plants nearby, while attractingand beneficial wasps. Hops companion plants need to be considered carefully., you should consider what to plant with hops and what not...
Ohio
Willoughby
Hops Plant Fertilizer: How And When To Feed Hops Plants
The following article contains is a hops fertilizer guide for how and when to feed hops plants.. A soil test will tell you if, indeed, you even need to apply any additional phosphorous.If the results are less than 4 ppm, add 3 pounds of phosphorous fertilizer...
Ohio
Willoughby
Backyard Hops Plant: How To Plant Hops And Hops Plant History
One plant will produce 1 to 2 pounds of cones.In late fall, after the harvest is complete and the weather begins to turn cold, cut the vines back to 2 feet and bury the cut shoots in the ground.
Ohio
Willoughby
Lowhill On Cruise - Irish Sport Horse
Price : CALL

Contact us through our website to find out the specific pricing for this horse.) This horse is a lovely straight mover, has a superb temperament, and a good technique over a fence.
Kilkenny
Ballyragget
Troubleshooting Hops Plants: What To Do If Your Hops Stopped Growing
A good rule of thumb is to water deeply, frequently and let the top couple of inches of soil dry out before watering again.of ½ teaspoon of 21-0-0 fertilizer in June to add extra nitrogen.
Ohio
Willoughby
Propagating Hops Plants: Planting Hops From Clippings And Rhizomes
Cover indoor pots with a plastic bag after moistening the soil. Experts agree that planting hops from clippings can be challenging but may be successful if planted immediately after harvest and with several healthy root nodes.
Ohio
Willoughby
Reasons For No Cones On Hops: How To Get Cones On Hops Plants
Hops need well drained soil with a pH of 6.5 to 8.0. There also needs to be plenty of sunlight and enough vertical area for the tall stems to grow.Rhizomes need to be planted the correct way too.
Ohio
Willoughby
Hops Spacing Requirements – Tips On Plant Spacing For Hops
If the hops plant spacing is tight, the vines will tangle and you might mistake one type cone for another.Plan on hops spacing requirements of at least 10 feet between different-variety plants.
Ohio
Willoughby
Planting Hops Rhizomes: Is Hops Grown From Rhizomes Or Plants
Also called rootstocks, rhizomes retain the ability to send new shoots upwards to become a plant. Train the shoots to grow along a trellis or other support by winding them clockwise, following their natural growth habit.
Ohio
Willoughby