Hey everyone! Last year I planted a cascade hop rhizome on a whim, and it produced 3 bines, yielding a bit over 2 ounces of dry hops. I was told this was really spectacular for a first year yield.
I just took this photo a minute ago while I was tending the garden. What grew 3 bines last year, is now growing AT LEAST 44. If this is any indication of what to expect in the future, holy cow. I may be regretting getting that new fuggles rhizome
Craziest part? They're planted with northern exposure because all of my southern walls are currently used for tomatoes, peppers, berries, etc. I didn't really have anywhere to put them that could fit a trellis except the north side of my shed. Voracious little plants!