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mbobhat 04-03-2012 01:20 PM

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They'll be up before you know it. We've had some unseasonably warm weather in Indiana and those things have gotten pretty bushy in a few weeks. Since your weather is usually behind us a little, here's what you have to look forward to!

Got my cuttings from Tyme garden


mbobhat 04-03-2012 01:20 PM

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They'll be up before you know it. We've had some unseasonably warm weather in Indiana and those things have gotten pretty bushy in a few weeks. Since your weather is usually behind us a little, here's what you have to look forward to!

Got my cuttings from Tyme garden


SaevaVeritas 04-30-2012 04:06 PM

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I wanted to share some picks o my set up.

I built an adjustable trellis out of some planks twine and eye hooks. I have three varieties cascade (1st year rhizome) Hallertau (2nd year crown) and fuggles (2nd year crown).

The Hallertau is taking off well, the fuggles alittle slower and the cascade just has a single small sprout.

I am anxious to see how well these bad boys take off. I just gave them some dilute fertilizer.


SaevaVeritas 04-30-2012 04:06 PM

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I wanted to share some picks o my set up.

I built an adjustable trellis out of some planks twine and eye hooks. I have three varieties cascade (1st year rhizome) Hallertau (2nd year crown) and fuggles (2nd year crown).

The Hallertau is taking off well, the fuggles alittle slower and the cascade just has a single small sprout.

I am anxious to see how well these bad boys take off. I just gave them some dilute fertilizer.


SaevaVeritas 04-30-2012 04:06 PM

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I wanted to share some picks o my set up.

I built an adjustable trellis out of some planks twine and eye hooks. I have three varieties cascade (1st year rhizome) Hallertau (2nd year crown) and fuggles (2nd year crown).

The Hallertau is taking off well, the fuggles alittle slower and the cascade just has a single small sprout.

I am anxious to see how well these bad boys take off. I just gave them some dilute fertilizer.


SaevaVeritas 04-30-2012 04:07 PM

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SaevaVeritas 04-30-2012 04:07 PM

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SaevaVeritas 04-30-2012 04:07 PM

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BrewChem 05-01-2012 10:47 PM

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The Nugget went on the rope today..! The Fuggles isn't quite there yet.


lafolielapper 05-07-2012 11:38 AM

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I was fortunate enough to get my rhizomes from a generous member in my brew club. Got 3 Centennials and 1 Brewers Gold to add to my 3 4th season Cascades growing up in Minnesota.

I planted the new rhizomes into pots, separating the two varieties. Within a couple days, I saw little buds poking out.

1 month later, and the tallest bine is roughly a meter up the twine now! Now I am about to head from my place here in Colorado and plant them in my garden in Minnesota. Hopefully they make the voyage. I leave in 3 hours.



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