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Old 06-30-2010, 06:43 PM   #11
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I was curious about your replacement hops.
http://www.freshops.com/
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The hop rhizomes I got from Freshops were great. The rhizomes I got from Thyme Garden, even better. The rhizomes I got from the local brewstore, WEAK. If I only had the local brewstore rhizomes (origin unknown), I would think hops are the hardest most delicate thing in the world to grow.

I +1 Freshops, and also recomend Thyme Garden

http://www.storesonline.com/site/561124/page/217466

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Retrofit: I totally agree with you. ive never heard of thyme garden but i will have to check them out next year. looks like theyre all out. no surprise there. thanks for the recommendation though.

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I just stumbled on this site in when googling. Has anyone dealt with them? Pricy, but they appear to have quite a bit still in stock--perhaps because of their prices. If you really want to get cascades in the ground this year, it might be worthwhile checking them out.

http://www.highhops.net/

Edit: Starting as if for a purchase, these appear to still be live offers for sale. They are also selling live plants, not rhizomes.

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Old 07-02-2010, 05:47 AM   #15
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from the main page of the website: WE ARE NOW FINISHED SHIPPING HOP RHIZOMES FOR 2010. IT WAS AN AWESOME YEAR!! THANK YOU.

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The hop rhizomes I got from Freshops were great. The rhizomes I got from Thyme Garden, even better. The rhizomes I got from the local brewstore, WEAK. If I only had the local brewstore rhizomes (origin unknown), I would think hops are the hardest most delicate thing in the world to grow.

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http://www.storesonline.com/site/561124/page/217466
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also, all the hops say sold out!!!


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from the main page of the website: WE ARE NOW FINISHED SHIPPING HOP RHIZOMES FOR 2010. IT WAS AN AWESOME YEAR!! THANK YOU.
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I know it's late but i want some Cascade Rhizomes for my garden. I planted 3 in mounds early spring. They started well but i think all the rain we got water logged the little guys - i've got nothing going now. and the rhizomes look ugly. If anyone knows where I can get some rhizomes at still this late?

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Check out this thread. There is a link to a place that looks like they are selling plants not rhizomes. They are expensive but if you are getting established plants it might be worth it.

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f92/look...lahoma-184745/
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i just bought 2 plants, i'll let the group know how this turns out, hopefully they are worht the extra$$$

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I just stumbled on this site in when googling. Has anyone dealt with them? Pricy, but they appear to have quite a bit still in stock--perhaps because of their prices. If you really want to get cascades in the ground this year, it might be worthwhile checking them out.

http://www.highhops.net/

Edit: Starting as if for a purchase, these appear to still be live offers for sale. They are also selling live plants, not rhizomes.
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what do they mean by plants? are these full crowns or what? i dont understand...

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yeah, i'm not quite sure. i'm hopeing there established "plants" with good root structure already developed. Like i said i'll post once they arive.

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