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Choosing accordingly to your needs

It is important to start with good plants. All our cultivars are among the most resistant. This is our first criteria when we introduce a new cultivar. They come from virus free sources when available. In addition, all of our plants and rhizomes production is certified organic by OCQV since 2014. 


Hops are perrenials. We cut them to the ground after the first big frost at fall, and they grow back in spring. They take 3 years to reach maturity and can live for many decades.


  • On the first year, there is no or very few production, plants reach 6 to 8 feet high;
  • On the second year, the reach full height (more than 16 feet) and can produce up to 10 ounces of dried hops;
  • Starting on the third year, plants are considered mature and can produce over one dryed pound yearly (around 600 beers).


So, with 2nd year and mature plants, you respectively save 1 and 2 years.


In summary...

Rhizomes, cheaper, are mostly chosen for large projects.

1st year plants is an easy option. You plant and water them, that's it!

For full height, and a nice crop a few months later, we recommand our 2nd year plantsThey are our most popular product.

For a maximum greening and production next summer, mature plants are the one to choose. 


Basic technical support is included on every purchase. For bigger projects, a personnalized consultation mandate is also possible.

Wholesale prices are available depending on quantity.Potted hop plants


If you plan to go bigger, we recommand to try many different cultivars in small quantities because performance varies depending on the site. The best is to start with a test year, then you expend with the cultivars that respond the best. It is also important to plant in a larger pattern. If you plant more, they will already  be at the right place.