Common hop is a dioecious, perennial herbaceous climbing plant which sends up new shoots in early spring and dies back to the cold-hardy rhizome in autumn.
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About Hops

Stems are annual, slender, climbing. Leaves are oppositely arranged, heart-shaped, 3-5-lobed, margins toothed, stalk slightly fleshy with stout hooked hairs. Plant is dioecious with unisexual flowers on separate plants, but occasionally monoecious plants occur. The flower cones of the plant, known as hops.

Plant Specifications

*above specification are indicative only. actual dimensions may vary by +-10%
Common Name Common hop or hop, Sumner, summer shandy
Maximum Reachable Height 5 to 10 feet
Flower Colour Light yellow, or pinkish to purple
Bloom Time September to October
Difficulty Level Easy to grow

Planting and care

Water hops once or twice weekly, providing about 1 inch of water each time or enough so the top 12 inches of soil remains moist. Cover the soil with a 2-inch layer of straw or bark mulch to help retain soil moisture and prevent weeds.
Prune out the excess hops shoots when they grow to a 12-inch length so only two or three vines remain on each plant. Wind these shoots clockwise around the support wires until they begin to climb on their own.

Hops care

Grow hops in a location that receives full, all-day sunlight and with well-drained soil. Work in a 2-inch layer of compost and 2 tablespoons of all-purpose fertilizer per plant before transplanting the hops to improve soil quality.
Plant hops roots 12 inches deep in late winter or early spring. Space the roots 3 feet apart along the base of the support. Run a heavy wire or trellis string from the top of the support down to each planted root and anchor the wire to the ground with a U-shaped garden stake.

Sunlight Full Sun to Partial Shade
Watering Medium
Soil Well-drained soil
Temperature 5 degrees C (41 degrees F )
Fertilizer Apply any organic fertilizer

Hops special feature

Sumner is strictly an ornamental vine which features showy golden yellow foliage. It is effectively grown on trellises, pergolas, arbors and porches. Incorporate into an herb garden. Showy foliage for the rear of borders.

Hops uses

Ornamental Use:

  • The plant is used for an ornamental purpose

Medicinal Use:

  • Dried female hops have historically been used for its sedative effects on the central nervous system due to its methylbutenol content as a treatment for stress, anxiety and insomnia
  • Hops have been studied for anti-viral properties and anti-micro bacterial properties
  • They also contain numerous various flavonoids, and they have been studied for containing estrogen precursors as well
  • Note: Please consult your health expert

Frequently Asked Questions

What is another name for a Hops ?

Hops is commonly known as Common hop or hop, Sumner, summer shandy

How tall do Hops grow?

On average Hops grows 5 to 10 feet

What color are Hops ?

A Hops plant bears flowers of color Light yellow, or pinkish to purple

When Hops blooms?

With enough light, Hops may produce Light yellow, or pinkish to purple flowers in September to October

How hard is Hops to grow?

A Hops is Easy to grow

How much sunlight does a Hops need?

A Hops prefers Full Sun to Partial Shade

How much water does a Hops need?

A Hops prefers watering Medium

What kind of soil does a Hops need?

A Hops prefers Well-drained soil

What temperature does a Hops like?

A Hops prefers 5 degrees C (41 degrees F )

How often should I fertilize my Hops ?

To encourage Hops growth, Apply any organic fertilizer



Reviews

Sunday, 22 September 2019

Great plant for a green gift

shatika rawal

Sunday, 20 May 2018

As a beer enthusiast, I would love to grow some fresh hop for my pot in next season.

Karen Murphy

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