Hop Growth Update


The hops just keep growing. The largest plant is now one of the Cascades which overtook the Centennials this past week. It is almost 10 feet tall. The other plants are between 7 and 8 feet tall, except for the second Cascade plant which is just barely 5 feet tall. I’ve got 2 Cascade plants; one of them is the largest and one of them is the smallest. I wish I knew why.

Both the Cascades and Centennials have begun to sprout hop cones. They look like little spiky shower heads. The Cascades are definitely ahead in terms of the number of cones. The largest plant has at least 100 of these things on it, which I hope means an abundant harvest. No cones on the Newports at all and the very beginnings of some cones on the Willamettes.

One more developing cone picture, this time on a Centennial.

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2 thoughts on “Hop Growth Update

  1. ambrosiality says:

    that’s pretty cool

  2. dieselboi says:

    That is a great idea to have them in the pots. Then you don’t risk them propogating too much. Looks great.

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