Centennial Hop Rhizome PRE-ORDER

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Grow your own hops! These Centennial Rhizomes are root cuttings of the hop vine; to be planted in well-drained soil with plenty of sun and room to climb, then harvest and dry the flower cones in late summer for your brewing pleasure!

The Centennial hops have a pleasant spicy citrus aroma and clean bitterness. This is a pre-order item; rhizomes will ship directly from the grower starting in mid April. Minimum order is two rhizomes, they can be different types.

 
Instructions for growing hops.

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Centennial Hop Rhizome

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Important Notes:
  • These are a pre-order, and will ship directly from the supplier as soon as they are available (typically mid April). 
  • The minimum order is two (2) rhizomes.
  • Rhizomes will be shipped through the US Postal Service. Please provide a USPS-deliverable address with these orders. If you have a PO Box address and wish to order rhizomes, please include ONLY rhizomes on that order. 
  • Due to local restrictions, we cannot ship rhizomes to HI, AK, WA, or ID.
  • Ordering two of each variety desired is optimal to encourage production and the greatest chances of success.
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    They're growing like weeds!
    Bought a centennial and a Willamette. Put them in the ground and they're growing like weeds. Just use good dirt and water them a ton. I can't wait to see how they produce this far south(Tn).
    May 21, 2013
    They grow like weeds, but take a couple years to really get going
    Hops grow great in my sandy soil here in New Mexico. They are very cold-hardy - so far this March they are a foot tall, are growing fast, and have survived 17F nighttime temps just fine.I was told when I bought them that they don't really start to produce until the third year. This proved to be the case - the year I planted them (3 rhizomes) they grew a few feet tall and produced only a few cones. The next year they grew to the roof and produced about 3 oz dried. Last summer they grew in a huge mass past the roof and produced about 10 oz after drying.Be sure to dry them if you don't use them fresh, and keep them in the freezer. I made the mistake of keeping some of my first crop in the fridge undried, and they spoiled before I got a chance to use them.Hops are a very attractive vine - mine are growing beside our front door!
    March 23, 2014
    You can almost watch them grow
    So, I bought these a little more for the experience of growing them for now. I'll probably be moving in about a year or so, but I wanted to learn about growing hops. I took a little chance with them since I live in Yuma, Az. (It is a little warmer here.) I planted two rhizomes about a week ago. Now, I have 6 vines growing very rapidly. Each one is already at least 4-6 inches long and filling out with lots of leaves. I used planting soil in a planters box. I'm sure I won't get much out of them this year, but it is a nice experience.
    May 5, 2014
    Happy and Healthy
    These rhizomes are growing just as well as the Cascade in my hops garden. So far they are growing a few inches a day up the twine and look very healthy.
    June 18, 2013
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    why are the review texts the texts for big mouth bubbler reviews and not for the rhizomes? i think this problem may be site wide and have been going on for a while.
    T A on Jan 26, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: That's a mix up with the reviewing that happens sometimes. Thanks for bringing it to our attention.

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