Don't know where you are, but I bought a dozen different hop plants (varieties that I use) from Great Lakes Hops (not rhizomes) in late October last year, got them planted before the snow set in and I harvested more hops than I will use all year. Buy from Great Lakes online and your trellis will be a strand of Jute Twine, that goes up as high as you can go...mine went to eye bolts on the rafter ends of my 15' pole barn, but the plants could have gone taller. Basically, tie the string to the tallest thing you can rig up, and make it strong enought to withstand the weight and winds (a few of mine went down, but I saved them). There are tons of ideas if you do a search, but most revolve around tall poles, with cables in between, which attach strings down to the plant. However...anything you can attach a long string to will work....it is essentially a cultivated weed...you do not need to be a gardener to grow them.