Hops (Humulus lupulus) Zones 4-8  Best known as a key beer ingredient, the hop vine brings good taste to a garden, too. In mid to late summer, its large leaves are joined by chartreuse cones (borne only on female plants) that deliver as much drama as any flower. Plus, this baby can climb 12 inches per day, topping out at around 25 feet.

10 Fast-Climbing Vines for Your Garden

Hops (Humulus lupulus) Zones 4-8 Best known as a key beer ingredient, the hop vine brings good taste to a garden, too. In mid to late summer, its large leaves are joined by chartreuse cones (borne only on female plants) that deliver as much drama as any flower. Plus, this baby can climb 12 inches per day, topping out at around 25 feet.

Beer Me - Choose Your Own Adventure - We should make something like this for Spring Thaw.

Beer Me - Choose Your Own Adventure

Beer Me - Choose Your Own Adventure - We should make something like this for Spring Thaw.

Great brief article on american hops. #homebrew

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Hops (Humulus lupulus) zone 4-8 key beer ingredient, hop vine brings good taste to a garden too. In mid-late summer, its large leaves are joined by chartreuse cones (only on female plants) that deliver as much drama as any flower. Can climb 12 inches per day topping at 25 ft.

Hops (Humulus lupulus) zone 4-8 key beer ingredient, hop vine brings good taste to a garden too. In mid-late summer, its large leaves are joined by chartreuse cones (only on female plants) that deliver as much drama as any flower. Can climb 12 inches per day topping at 25 ft.

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