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Chinook Hops
Prices start at : 14.99 USD

The craft brewer's delight! Vigorous, easy-to-harvest bines yield moderate crops of compact, medium-size cones. Ripens starting in August.The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties that will grow well in certain climates.
  • Soil pH Level: 6.0 - 7.0
  • Soil Moisture: Well Drained - Average Moistness
  • Zone Range: 3 - 8
  • Shade/Sun: Partial Shade - Full Sun
  • Bloom Color: Green, Yellow
  • Soil Composition: Loamy
Missouri
Louisiana
Hops, Chinook
Prices start at : 16.99 USD / 1 Plant

Northwest native provides plentiful cool-green seed-bearing cones (or flowers) which, once prepared, are indispensable to your very own home brew. ‘Chinook's unique matrix of flavor and aromatics—piney, grapefruit, and spicy notes in concert with...
Pennsylvania
Warminster
Cascade Hops
Prices start at : 19.99 USD / Each

Each zone corresponds to the minimum winter temperatures experienced in a given area. Ripens in August.The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties that will grow well in certain climates.
  • Fruit Color: Green
  • Zone Range: 3 - 8
  • Soil Moisture: Well Drained - Average Moistness
  • Fruit Size: Medium
  • Pollination: Self-pollinating
  • Shade/Sun: Partial Shade - Full Sun
Missouri
Louisiana
Centennial Hops Plant
Prices start at : 49.95 USD / 1 pcs

Isn't it time you did? This is extremely vantageous to our customers who choose to plant in Fall or Winter as your Hops plant will be ready to establish quickly. This actually gives the roots an extra boost of growth before they become dormant.
  • Year to Bear: 2-3 years
  • Mature Width: 10 ft.
  • Spacing: 4-5 ft.
  • Mature Height: 20 ft.
South Carolina
Fort Mill
Hops, Centennial
Prices start at : 16.99 USD / 1 Plant

Live the dream—and grow your own. Hops are what great beers, ales, and stouts are made of. Herbaceous perennial's cool-green seed cones, once boiled, mixed with other ingredients, and fermented, endow beer with its beloved flavor.
Pennsylvania
Warminster
Cascade Hops
Prices start at : 6.95 USD / Sold Out

Overall Rating:. Our hops are disease-resistant. Water regularly during the first growing season, but do not allow the soil to become soggy. Aroma type, 4.5-6% alpha acids. Hops rhizomes are shipped end of April/beginning of May.
  •  Full Sun
  •  Perennial
  • Hardiness Zone: 4
  • Ripening Time: September-October
Oregon
Cottage Grove
Willamette Hops
Prices start at : 6.95 USD / Sold Out

Hardy to zone 4. Hop plants are very hardy perennials that require a support structure to climb. Aphids and spider mites can cause plants damage; if present, control with Neem oil or Pyrethrin.
  • Plant Height: 20-25'
  • Hardiness Zone: 4
  • Plant Spacing: 3-5'
  • Bearing Age: 2nd year
Oregon
Cottage Grove
Mount Hood Hops
Prices start at : 19.99 USD / Each

Named for Mt. Hood volcano in Oregon. Used in a wide range of brewing, but is favored for American craft beers. Make sure that your hardiness zone lies within the zone compatability range of this variety before ordering.
  • Zone Range: 3 - 8
  • Texture: Compact
  • Pollination: Self-pollinating
  • Soil Moisture: Well Drained
  • Taste: Aromatic
  • Soil pH Level: 6.0 - 7.0
Missouri
Louisiana
Top of the Hops Collection
Prices start at : 49.99 USD / Each

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.
Missouri
Louisiana
Cascade Hops Plant
Prices start at : 49.95 USD / 1 pcs

Enthusiasts use them to counterbalance the sweetness of the malt and add a desirable flavor and aroma that only hops can deliver. This is extremely vantageous to our customers who choose to plant in Fall or Winter as your Hops plant will be ready to establish...
  • Mature Width: 10 ft.
  • Growth Rate: Fast
  • Mature Height: 20 ft.
  • Drought Tolerance: Good
South Carolina
Fort Mill
Mt. Hood Hops
Prices start at : 6.95 USD / Sold Out

Hardy to zone 4. Hop plants are very hardy perennials that require a support structure to climb. Aphids and spider mites can cause plants damage; if present, control with Neem oil or Pyrethrin.
  • Perennial: Yes
  • Plant Height: 20-25'
  • Plant Spacing: 3-5'
  • Bearing Age: 2nd year
Oregon
Cottage Grove
Hops Collection
Prices start at : 24.95 USD / Sold Out

If drainage is a problem, plant on hills several inches higher than the soil level. Not available to Canada. Our hops are disease-resistant. Fertilizing is not essential, but if you choose, do so early in the season with a well-balanced fertilizer.
  •  Perennial
  •  Full Sun
  • Bearing Age: 2nd year
  • Plant Height: 20-25'
Oregon
Cottage Grove
Kent Golding Hops
Prices start at : 6.95 USD / Sold Out

Overall Rating:. Our hops are disease-resistant. Water regularly during the first growing season, but do not allow the soil to become soggy. Aroma type, 4-6% alpha acids. Shipped in late April/early May.
  • Bearing Age: 2nd year
  • Ripening Time: September-October
  • Full Sun: Yes
  • Plant Height: 20-25'
Oregon
Cottage Grove
Nugget Hops
Prices start at : 14.99 USD

Turn your backyard into a hop yard. Ripens starting in August.The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties that will grow well in certain climates. Typically grown on a string trellis, these lush green climbers are a vigorous bine with utility...
  • Soil Composition: Loamy
  • Soil Moisture: Well Drained - Average Moistness
  • Fruit Size: Medium
  • Soil pH Level: 6.0 - 7.0
  • Shade/Sun: Partial Shade - Full Sun
  • Years to Bear: 1 - 2
Missouri
Louisiana
Willamette Hops
Prices start at : 19.99 USD / Each

Influential in the brewing industry. Ripens in early August.The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties that will grow well in certain climates. An offspring of the prominent English hop variety, Fuggle, Willamette offers slight bittering qualities...
  • Zone Range: 3 - 8
  • Taste: Aromatic
  • Fruit Size: Small - Medium
  • Texture: Loose
  • Shade/Sun: Full Sun
  • Soil pH Level: 6.0 - 7.0
Missouri
Louisiana
Common, Humulus (Hops) Seeds
Prices start at : 3.00 USD / Packet

Great for beer brewing. Humulus, or hops, is a climbing hop, with green flowers that are useful to brewers.
  • Sow Method: Transplant
  • Weight: N/A
  • Size: Packet
  • Botanical Name: Humulus lupulus
  • Form: Seed
Indiana
Westfield
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. But are hops grown from rhizomes or plants? Once the shoots are about a foot long, choose the two or three healthiest and remove all the others.
Ohio
Willoughby
Time to Divide Your Gesneriads
I just move some of the soil containing rhizomes in another pot, fill the pot with peat moss soil and wait for the plants to grow. In the fall or as soon as the roots are big enough, the new plants are ready to be planted.
California
El Segundo
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
Hops companion plants will need to be at least a foot away and vines should be kept pruned to avoid smothering the other plants.Any plant that like full sun, plenty of water and doesn't mind being clambered over can be grown with hops.
Ohio
Willoughby
Hops Plant Fertilizer: How And When To Feed Hops Plants
Soils with a concentration of over 16 ppm do not need any additional phosphorous.is next in importance for growing hops. The correct nutrients should be in the soil prior to planting, but they must on occasion be replenished or supplemented during the...
Ohio
Willoughby
Backyard Hops Plant: How To Plant Hops And Hops Plant History
If given proper care, your backyard hops plant will send out rhizomes from which new plants will grow.There are three basics factors for how to plant hops for maximum growth and production: soil, sun, and space.– Soil is an important factor in growing...
Ohio
Willoughby
Propagating Hops Plants: Planting Hops From Clippings And Rhizomes
Bines may grow up to 25 feet in length. Rhizomes should have sent out roots by this time and begin to produce tiny shoots. Outdoor plants should be installed 1 to 2 inches deep and 3 inches apart.
Ohio
Willoughby
Troubleshooting Hops Plants: What To Do If Your Hops Stopped Growing
Hunting with a flashlight and squashing those nasty little organisms is the most expedient and earth friendly way to dispatch the threat.are another common enemy of the vine and are large enough to hunt and destroy in the same manner you treat the cutworms.
Ohio
Willoughby
Reasons For No Cones On Hops: How To Get Cones On Hops Plants
Strip off the lower leaves as the bines grow to prevent moisture from affecting the stems. Hops are heavy feeders in the first few months after planting, and annually. Are the key flavoring ingredient in most beers.
Ohio
Willoughby
Hops Spacing Requirements – Tips On Plant Spacing For Hops
That's why spacing for hop plants is so important. The idea is to keep the plant from tangling its long vines with those of other plants.Some growers say that leaving 3 feet between same-variety plants is sufficient for hops plant spacing if the plants...
Ohio
Willoughby
Hops Plant Diseases: Treating Diseases Affecting Hops Plants In Gardens
Also, to thwart mildew, keep the lower portions of the hop garden weeded and pruned back to allow light and air to penetrate. The symptoms first manifest as pale green to yellow spots on the top of the leaves along with white blotches on the stems and...
Ohio
Willoughby
Hops Plant Types: How Many Hops Varieties Are There
Even 80 is an awfully high number if you're looking to choose a single variety to grow. If you brew your own beer and you're looking to get more involved in the process,is a great place to start.
Ohio
Willoughby
Gloxinia Is No Longer Called Gloxinia
At least that is what I knew before I heard about the New World names for Gloxinia. If it weren't for the computer and the internet, I don't know how I would have managed it, but going online has changed everything, so much that I could find the names...
California
El Segundo