I can't say what grows best. The moment I do, someone else will say differently.Milhouse said:What type of hops do you consider grow the best in CO?
Got my six rhizomes in the ground this weeken! :rockin:
Here's hoping to them doing ok at 9000ft!
They are all over Central City, so I am hoping they should be ok. I am about 10 miles north of there. I gave them a spot with lots of sun.
Mine took about 2 solid weeks so don't freak out if they don't come up. I like to use BOSS to break up my clayish soil. They're growing a bit slow right now but that's okay.Just planted 1 cascade and 1 goldings in Denver. How long did it take your hops to break ground after planting?
I wouldn't dig them back up, mulch is your friend. Use lots of it!Yeah, I planted mine here in SLC wednesday, then saw the weather forecast for Sun/Mon (snow both days, overnight lows 25), called freshops, and they strongly recommended I dig them up and stick them back in the fridge until after this next trough moves through.