Organically Grown Hop Rhizomes
Grow your own organic hops (plants) with our organically grown hop rhizomes for home or micro brewing. Hop plants are easy to grow from hop rhizomes for shade and privacy as well. Our organic hops rhizomes or hops plants are grown organically without the use of commercial fertilizers or pesticides.
We are now taking pre-orders for hops to be shipped in 2018
***Please include a substitute or two in the comment box at the bottom of your order form. If you are just interested in a great hop to grow, put ANYTHING. If you don't want to substitute another hop variety, put REFUND. This helps to greatly expedite your order. We can't tell you how much this will be appreciated by us at hop shipping time!
We can now ship to Idaho and Washington State!!
We do not ship hops to Hawaii or out of the U.S...sorry.
For more information about hops, how to grow hops and first hand experiences our customers have had geographically growing our hop rhizomes Click Here. We also created a comprehensive chart with acid levels, hop descriptions, disease tolerance, substitutions and uses for hop information at a glance. Click Here.
We Offer a Selection Of Rhizome Types
The pictures below are examples of a regular rhizome, extra large, and rooted rhizomes. The photo on the left shows the difference between a regular rhizome and an extra large. Extra large rhizomes are at least 3/4" in diameter, generally much bigger. Most of them are 1" in diameter and larger. They have way more growing buds than a typical hop rhizome (25 or more) giving them a faster start to a mature set of vines. The photo on the right shows an example of a rooted rhizome. Rooted rhizomes come from regular rhizomes that were re-planted and grown out for a season allowing them to produce a root system, a crown and more buds. This makes them one year ahead of the typical rhizome on the market and more likely to produce cones. Scroll to the bottom for a complete list or check the drop down menus in the list below for availability of XL and Rooted Rhizomes.
We are now taking pre-orders for selected hops below.
~ Newly added in 2018 ~
Check back to see what new rhizomes we might add to our 2018 selection.
Click on image for information about each variety.