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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.

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    • Form: Seed
    • Packet: 10 seeds
    • Weight: N/A
    • Dimensions: N/A
    • Zones: 3
    Indiana
    Westfield
    Chinook Hops
    Prices start at : 14.99 USD

    Maintains alpha acid content for up to 6 months in proper storage. Prized for bittering qualities and aromatic characteristics. Each zone corresponds to the minimum winter temperatures experienced in a given area.
    • Soil Composition: Loamy
    • Soil Moisture: Well Drained - Average Moistness
    • Fruit Color: Green
    • Bloom Color: Green, Yellow
    • Zone Range: 3 - 8
    • Ripens/Harvest: Late August
    Missouri
    Louisiana
    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. Named for the Washington State Centennial Celebration, which occurred in 1989, just before the public release of this variety.
    • Fruit Color: Green
    • Zone Range: 3 - 8
    • Shade/Sun: Partial Shade - Full Sun
    • Soil Moisture: Well Drained - Average Moistness
    • Years to Bear: 1 - 2
    • Bloom Color: Green, Yellow
    Missouri
    Louisiana
    Cascade Hops
    Prices start at : 19.99 USD / Each

    Attractive bines are moderately vigorous. Ripens in August.The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties that will grow well in certain climates. Low alpha acids with a spicy, citrus-like flavor.
    • Bloom Color: Green, Yellow
    • Soil Composition: Loamy
    • Years to Bear: 1 - 2
    • Soil pH Level: 6.0 - 7.0
    • Zone Range: 3 - 8
    • Pollination: Self-pollinating
    Missouri
    Louisiana
    Centennial Hops Plant
    Prices start at : 49.95 USD / 1 pcs

    An American Classic is Brewing Often compared to the Cascade Hop, Centennial has a more intense flavor. Described by enthusiasts as having a smooth bitterness with a flowery citrus kick, many home brewers haven't yet discovered the secret of the Centennial.
    • Sunlight: Full Sun
    • Growth Rate: Moderate
    • Mature Height: 20 ft.
    • Year to Bear: 2-3 years
    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. Live the dream—and grow your own. Prolific, vigorous, winter-hardy plants thrive in the full range of U.S. regions.
    Pennsylvania
    Warminster
    Cascade Hops
    Prices start at : 6.95 USD / Sold Out

    Hop plants are very hardy perennials that require a support structure to climb. Not available to Canada. Plant hops in well-drained soil, spacing them 3-5 feet apart. Complete growing instructions are included with each order.
    • Perennial: Yes
    • Bearing Age: 2nd year
    • Plant Spacing: 3-5'
    • Plant Height: 20-25'
    Oregon
    Cottage Grove
    Willamette Hops
    Prices start at : 6.95 USD / Sold Out

    Hop plants are very hardy perennials that require a support structure to climb. 1 1/2 to 2 pounds of dried flowers. Hardy to zone 4. Aroma type, 4-6% alpha acids. Mild and pleasant with a balance of spice and floral.
    • Hardiness Zone: 4
    • Plant Height: 20-25'
    • Ripening Time: September-October
    • Bearing Age: 2nd year
    Oregon
    Cottage Grove
    Top of the Hops Collection
    Prices start at : 49.99 USD / Each

    The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties that will grow well in certain climates. 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...
    Missouri
    Louisiana
    Mount Hood Hops
    Prices start at : 19.99 USD / Each

    Medium-size, compact cones are easy to harvest. Make sure that your hardiness zone lies within the zone compatability range of this variety before ordering. Also related to Crystal, Liberty, and Ultra varieties.
    • Texture: Compact
    • Fruit Size: Medium
    • Shade/Sun: Full Sun
    • Years to Bear: 1 - 2
    • Taste: Aromatic
    • Soil Moisture: Well Drained
    Missouri
    Louisiana
    Cascade Hops Plant
    Prices start at : 49.95 USD / 1 pcs

    Large, tear-shaped leaves flanked by the delicate, hops seed cones provide warm coverage whether draped over trellises, on fencing-even on top of pergolas . The hops themselves hang like little green acorns, just waiting to be harvested.
    • Growth Rate: Fast
    • Drought Tolerance: Good
    • Mature Width: 10 ft.
    • Spacing: 3-5 ft.
    South Carolina
    Fort Mill
    Hops Collection
    Prices start at : 24.95 USD / Sold Out

    Provide a support structure for the vines to climb, a trellis, fence, arbor or wall will suffice. Plant hops in well-drained soil, spacing them 3-5 feet apart. Aphids and spider mites can cause plants damage; if present, control with Neem oil or Pyrethrin.
    • Ripening Time: September-October
    • Hardiness Zone: 4
    • Bearing Age: 2nd year
    • Perennial: Yes
    Oregon
    Cottage Grove
    Kent Golding Hops
    Prices start at : 6.95 USD / Sold Out

    Hop plants are very hardy perennials that require a support structure to climb. Not available to Canada. Plant hops in well-drained soil, spacing them 3-5 feet apart. Complete growing instructions are included with each order.
    • Plant Height: 20-25'
    • Ripening Time: September-October
    • Plant Spacing: 3-5'
    • Perennial: Yes
    Oregon
    Cottage Grove
    Mt. Hood Hops
    Prices start at : 6.95 USD / Sold Out

    Hop plants are very hardy perennials that require a support structure to climb. 1 1/2 to 2 pounds of dried flowers. Hardy to zone 4. Aroma type, 4-8% alpha acids. Spicy and mildly herbal aroma.
    •  Full Sun
    •  Perennial
    • Bearing Age: 2nd year
    • Hardiness Zone: 4
    Oregon
    Cottage Grove
    Willamette 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. Influential in the brewing industry. Vigorous bines yield small to medium-size cones that are a core ingredient used by professionals and home...
    • Bloom Color: Green, Yellow
    • Fruit Size: Small - Medium
    • Soil Moisture: Well Drained
    • Soil Composition: Loamy
    • Texture: Loose
    • Pollination: Self-pollinating
    Missouri
    Louisiana
    Nugget Hops
    Prices start at : 14.99 USD

    Make sure that your hardiness zone lies within the zone compatability range of this variety before ordering. Turn your backyard into a hop yard. Used as a bittering agent in brewing and also enjoyed for herbal aroma qualities.
    • Pollination: Self-pollinating
    • Fruit Color: Green
    • Shade/Sun: Partial Shade - Full Sun
    • Ripens/Harvest: August
    • Bloom Color: Green, Yellow
    • Soil pH Level: 6.0 - 7.0
    Missouri
    Louisiana
    Hops Plant Pruning: When And How To Prune A Hops Plant
    But hops are long, fast growing vines that require some strategic pruning to get the most out of them. Cut all the rest back to the ground.Train the ones you’ve kept to climb up hanging strings or wires leading to an overhead trellis.Hops plant pruning...
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Hops Companion Plants: Learn What To Plant With Hops In Gardens
    Companion planting with hops can enhance crop growth and provide a decoy for pesky critters. The variety ‘Aureus’ is a golden leaved plant that looks especially beautiful twined with standard green varieties., nearby can help attract beneficial insects,...
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Hops Plant Fertilizer: How And When To Feed Hops Plants
    Hops plants have a low phosphorous requirement and, in fact, fertilizing hops plants with additional phosphorous has little effect. Take several samples from the area to get an accurate reading.
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Backyard Hops Plant: How To Plant Hops And Hops Plant History
    Flowering plant’s genders are easily recognized by the male’s five petaled flowers. As a matter of fact, hops plant history records quite a controversy in 15th and 16th century England.
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Troubleshooting Hops Plants: What To Do If Your Hops Stopped Growing
    Finding the cause of any plant problem can be like hunting for a needle in a haystack. The plants need at least 120 growing days, nutrient rich, well-draining soil, aof 6.5 to 8.0, full sun and plenty of water.
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Propagating Hops Plants: Planting Hops From Clippings And Rhizomes
    Harvest rhizomes for hops plant propagation in late spring and plant immediately. Here are some surefire tips on how to propagate hops plant for beautiful vines and copious cones.Approximately 98% of the world’s hops are used in the production of beer.
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Reasons For No Cones On Hops: How To Get Cones On Hops Plants
    Professional growers know how to get cones on hops plants and you can to with a little advice and some tips from the trade.Hop bines need a minimum of 120 frost free days to produce flowers.
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Hops Spacing Requirements – Tips On Plant Spacing For Hops
    Read on for information on spacing requirements for hops.Hops plants are no shrinking violets. The part of the plant that is used to make beer is the cone produced by the female plants.
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Planting Hops Rhizomes: Is Hops Grown From Rhizomes Or Plants
    Read on to learn more.A rhizome is a subterranean stem of a plant that is capable of sending out roots and shoots from its nodes. First dig a narrow trench about 1 foot deep and a bit longer than the hop rhizome.
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Hops Plant Diseases: Treating Diseases Affecting Hops Plants In Gardens
    Treating this hops plant problem means tackling the aphids with insecticidal soap.– Another aphid borne disease is mosaic virus or hop mosaic virus, one of the most detrimental hops plant diseases.
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Hops Plant Types: How Many Hops Varieties Are There
    Keep reading to learn more about hops varieties and their uses.How many hops varieties are there? A few good, popular, dual types of hops plants are Chinook, Centennial, and Cluster.
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Harvesting Hops Plants: When Is Hops Harvest Season
    Is a natural progression. Hops are the female flower cones of the hops plant, a long, climbing vine. If you do this, you should be able to extend your hops harvest season and get more hops overall.
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Support For Hops Vines: Learn About Hops Plant Support
    There is no right or wrong, just a personal decision. The pulley will allow you to lower the bines for harvest and can be found at the hardware store along with metal rings and fasteners for very little cost.
    Ohio
    Willoughby