Growing Hops

Growing hops for beer and ale home brewing, privacy fence, cover for pergolas, gazebos, arbors, calming tea, sleep pillows, hop bine wreaths and so much more.
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Hops

Hops are the female flower cones of the hop plant (Humulus lupulus).

HGTV Gardens offers a gallery of lovely perennial vines, great for decorating arbors or hiding an unsightly chain link fence.

Perennial Vines

Design a yard with blooming vines that bring on the color through the season with help from this gallery of lovely vines on HGTV.

The event will offer samplings of locally brewed beers made with locally grown…

The event will offer samplings of locally brewed beers made with locally grown and harvested hops.

Cascade hop cones

Cascade hop cones

Nugget hop bines ready for harvest.

Nugget Hop Cone Harvest 2017 - Growing Hops Yourself

Magnum hop bines reach 5 feet tall in a month.

Hop Bines Grow 5 Feet in a Month - Growing Hops Yourself

Minnesota hops sprout first day of spring.

Minnesota Hops Sprout Just After Spring - Growing Hops Yourself

Cascade hop cones drying (2 pounds)

Today I harvested my Magnum and Cascade hops. 2 pounds of Cascade and 14 oz. of Magnum hop cones.

August 7, 2016 hop bines

August 7, 2016 hop bines

Nugget bines topped the 13 foot rope and are trying to climb higher - above the roof.

Growing Hops Yourself - How to Grow Hops at Home

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