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Hops - Plant

Hops - Plant

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  • Comes with a self watering pot
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Delve into the world of brewing excellence with Vermi Organics' Hops plant. Revered for its crucial role in the beer-making process, Hops Plant, scientifically known as Humulus lupulus, is a climbing perennial vine that adds not only botanical charm to gardens but also contributes to the art of crafting exceptional brews. With its distinctive cone-like flowers and vigorous growth, Hops stands as a symbol of both ornamental beauty and brewing tradition. Explore the nuanced details of this multifaceted plant as Vermi Organics introduces you to the world of Hops cultivation.


Humulus lupulus, commonly referred to as Hops Plant, is a species of flowering plant native to Europe, Asia, and North America. Part of the Cannabaceae family, Hops have been cultivated for centuries for their bittering, flavoring, and aromatic properties, particularly in the production of beer. The plant is characterized by its rapid climbing nature, heart-shaped leaves, and cone-like flowers. Vermi Organics is delighted to offer this botanical gem, inviting enthusiasts to embrace the dual pleasures of ornamental gardening and homebrewing with Hops.


Beyond its ornamental appeal, Hops Plant bring a host of benefits, especially for homebrewers and gardening enthusiasts. The cones of the Hops plant contain compounds that impart bitterness, flavor, and aroma to beer during the brewing process. Additionally, Hops are known for their potential calming and sedative properties, making them a traditional remedy in herbal medicine.

Type of Plant:

Hops are primarily an outdoor plant, thriving in gardens and landscapes where they can climb on trellises, arbors, or other support structures. While they are not typically grown indoors due to their vigorous growth habit, container gardening offers a viable option for urban dwellers with limited outdoor space.


Cultivating Hops requires attention to specific care practices to ensure optimal growth and a bountiful harvest. Plant them in well-draining soil with a slightly acidic to neutral pH. Provide full sunlight for at least six hours a day. Adequate water, especially during the growing season, is essential. Regular pruning helps control the plant's growth and encourages the development of lateral shoots. Hops are hardy plants, but occasional pest management may be necessary.

Common Names:

Hops are recognized by various common names, reflecting their widespread use in brewing and herbal traditions. While commonly known as Hops, they are also referred to as Hop Vine or Hop Plant. Embrace the diverse nomenclature of this versatile plant as you explore its place in both horticulture and brewing.


  • Scientific Name: Humulus lupulus
  • Height: Varied, typically reaching 15-20 feet
  • Leaves: Heart-shaped, lobed, opposite
  • Flowers: Cone-like structures (strobiles) with lupulin glands
  • Blooming Season: Late spring to early summer
  • Lifespan: Perennial

Special Features:

  1. Cone-Like Flowers: The cone-like flowers of Hops are a defining feature, housing lupulin glands that contain the compounds crucial for brewing beer. The flowers add an ornamental touch to the plant.

  2. Rapid Climbing Growth: Hops are vigorous climbers, capable of covering trellises and support structures in a short period. This growth habit makes them an attractive addition to vertical gardening.

  3. Distinctive Aroma: The aromatic compounds in Hops contribute to the unique and varied aromas found in different beer varieties. The distinct fragrance of Hops adds to its appeal for both brewers and gardeners.


  1. Beer Brewing: The primary use of Hops is in the brewing of beer. The cone-like flowers are added to the brewing process to impart bitterness, flavor, and aroma to the beer. Hops are a crucial ingredient in a wide range of beer styles.

  2. Ornamental Gardening: Beyond brewing, Hops are valued for their ornamental appeal. The rapid climbing growth and distinctive flowers make them an eye-catching addition to gardens, especially on trellises or arbors.

  3. Herbal Medicine: Hops have a history of traditional use in herbal medicine for their potential calming and sedative properties. They are sometimes used in teas or herbal preparations to promote relaxation.

  4. Vertical Gardening: Due to their climbing nature, Hops are excellent for vertical gardening. They can be trained to climb on various structures, adding a vertical dimension to garden landscapes.

  5. Educational Endeavors: Hops cultivation provides an educational opportunity for individuals interested in the brewing process. Homebrewers can gain a deeper understanding of the ingredients involved in crafting their favorite beverages.

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