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Hop Rhizomes for sale - Victoria, Chinook and Cascade.

Discussion in 'Buy and Sell' started by Belgrave Brewer, 3/7/18.

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  1. Belgrave Brewer

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    Hop Rhizomes for sale - Victoria, Chinook and Cascade.

    Victoria, Chinook, and Cascade rhizomes now available.

    Large are $15 each and small are $10 each. Shipping and handling Priority mail starts from $13.

    All rhizomes are from 3 year old established and highly productive hop plants.

    Sorry, I can't sell to those in WA or TAS.

    I'll also have Victoria crowns for sale soon.

    PM me if interested.
     
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    Any idea how long these are good for if not planting straight away?
    I'm moving house in about 6 months and don't really want to have to dig stuff up.
     
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    Just bang em in a pot.
     
  4. Belgrave Brewer

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    You can put them in pots, but in six months time, they'll be fully grown (in height) which would make moving them difficult. Might be best to tackle growing next season.
     
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    Still available.
     
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    indeed, you would have to consider a temporary trellis, something like a cable on a d shackle that would be re attached to another anchor might suffice?
     

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