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Old 04-07-2013, 12:50 AM   #1
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I trimmed a 3 year old Centennial plant and I ended up with a huge amount of rhizomes. I had 2 harvests from this plant last year. Shipping will be flat rate USPS small box at $5.80. I can fit quite a few in a small box, if someone is looking for multiples. Payment via paypal or MO.

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here is a pic of all the Centennials...


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Can I see pics of the regular size and extra large?


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Here is the difference between the jumbo and the regular sizes. I consider anything over 1/2" diameter to be "large" vs the smaller ones that can thinner in diameter. Both are fine and I have a huge plant that I started from a small 1/4" diameter rhyzome.



As far as shipping, I will be changing it to a flat rate to keep things simple and to get free boxes as well as to get them there faster.

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I would be glad to ship. $5.80 flat rate USPS and will be there in a few days.
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I trimmed a 3 year old Centennial plant and I ended up with a huge amount of rhizomes. I had 2 harvests from this plant last year. Shipping will be flat rate USPS small box at $5.80. I can fit quite a few in a small box, if someone is looking for multiples. Payment via paypal or MO.

regular size- $3 ea

extra large- $5 ea (I have approx 6 of these.)

I have 5 Chinook rhizomes also from a 3 y/o plant, this one produced over 3 lbs of of hops last year.

regular size- $3 ea

I will probably have others as well, I still have to trim a Hallertau, Cascade and Mt hood plants. I will probably have them in the next few days and I'll update this post.

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here is a pic of all the Centennials...
I am interested in some cascade, centennial and chinook, 3 of each regular size
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Old 04-07-2013, 12:20 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by beerloaf
I trimmed a 3 year old Centennial plant and I ended up with a huge amount of rhizomes. I had 2 harvests from this plant last year. Shipping will be flat rate USPS small box at $5.80. I can fit quite a few in a small box, if someone is looking for multiples. Payment via paypal or MO.

regular size- $3 ea

extra large- $5 ea (I have approx 6 of these.)

I have 5 Chinook rhizomes also from a 3 y/o plant, this one produced over 3 lbs of of hops last year.

regular size- $3 ea

I will probably have others as well, I still have to trim a Hallertau, Cascade and Mt hood plants. I will probably have them in the next few days and I'll update this post.

Thanks,
beerloaf

here is a pic of all the Centennials...
Interested in an xl (1)of each Hallertau, Cascade, Mt Hood & Centennial, think you can fit them in a single box? I am in Kennett sq, pa... Where in PA are ya?

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Old 04-07-2013, 12:36 PM   #8
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I would like an extra large centennial and an extra large cascade shipped to 61938. shoot me a pm with total price with shipping to 61938 and PayPal info.

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I would like 1 each: chinook, centennial, and cascade if you have.
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I am interested in one of each kind you have, I could come and get them in may as my parents live in lancaster and I'm getting married there soon, if may is too far away I'm ok with paying shipping too


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