Centennial Hop Rhizome

SKU: RHI0012

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Centennial Hop Rhizome

 

An aroma variety that was released in 1990, Centennial is among the most popular hop used by US craft brewers today. The variety is sometimes called the super Cascade though its citrus aromas are lighter than those in Cascade.

 

 

Order Now and they will be available in April to ship or pick-up in store.

Due to agricultural regulations we cannot ship this item to WA, OR, CA or ID.

Hops are native to many parts of the world and different varieties have been found growing anywhere from desert locations to 7000 ft. elevations. Your ability to grow hops is usually not limited by your location on earth. The health of the bine is more dependent on the grower`s ability to provide proper growing conditions and care. Under good conditions, hops are prolific and will be a joy to grow and utilize. Vigorous varieties will produce as much as 2 lbs. of dried flowers per plant. When grown next to a house or greenhouse, the bine provides a nice seasonal shade against the summer sun.

As the female flower matures, it forms a cone-like structure. The mature hop cones are 1-3 inches long, yellowish green and papery to the touch. The cones are generally harvested in August and September, dried and then used for whatever brewing or ornamental purpose you desire.

With each rhizome order we include detailed growing instructions. Upon receipt, rhizomes should be stored in a plastic bag, slightly moistened, and kept in the refrigerator until you are ready to plant them.

Be sure to keep dogs away from hops as they are hazardous to their health.   

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