MY question is then, will these "soft wood" plantings continue to grow if you move them inside and keep them over winter? I think that they would do OK outside up until October and then have to move them inside to overwinter, but will they continue to grow inside and take over the home? All logic tells my they shouldn't, due to they being first year growth, right? Then if that is the case and they continue to grow through the winter will they still grow in season next spring through fall?
I have very healthy cascade and fuggles crops growing in my garden each at full potential with a ton of cones to be picked. I know that the "soft wood" cuttings will be hardy and grow well, I just dont want a jungle inside my home. Since I have found that Cascade to be a real producer I am going to strictly grow them and keep a few fuggles as they are heatlhy but produce less.
So back to the OG questions: will my hop growing inside become a jungle and will they grow overwinter and through the season next year?