xocoatl wrote:I have been short on time and late in trimming mine back. This is how my cascade plants were looking about a week ago. Had hoped to clean up the rhizomes this year, as the 6 original plants are going all over the place now.
Its why our annual wet hop IPA ends up being called Hop Bush IPA
grub wrote:yeah, i've got a bunch. two cascade that are on year 5 or 6 now. two centennial the same age. two random ones from a friend that are a few years old but haven't done much since planting here. two brand new chinook rhizomes planted last week.
atomeyes wrote:they might be fuggle, i think. fuggle tends to look unimpressive for the first few years
Guybrush wrote:Is there a way to tell what the hop is once the bud is formed? There's gotta be an app for that! Take a picture on your phone and have that Siri lady figure it out for you.
boney wrote:Does anyone have have any experience growing hops up in cottage country (Muskoka, Halliburton etc)?
My centennial seem to do well enough in Hamilton, but I was thinking about planting some rhizomes at the cottage. I'm just wondering if the winters are too harsh up there and I'd be wasting my time.
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