Humulus lupulus growing vine of the genus Humulus also known as Hops humulus lupulus or hops, Humulus lupulus perennial deciduous used for bear, edible and medical reason and also used as ornamental fragrant plant, can grow in temperate, mediterranean or subtropics climate.
Leaves edible color green in heart shape can be lobed shape with 3-7 lobes, the edge serrated.
Flower fragrant the color white or green, female and male grows on separate plants, female flower edible, the female flowers grow in a green hive and the male flowers white and grow in clusters.
Requirements for growing Humulus lupulus:
Moist soil, nitrogen, cold winter
What is the best way to start growing Humulus lupulus:
Plant / Seedling / Seed / Vegetative Reproduction
Is it necessary to use vegetative reproduction in Humulus lupulus?
Yes, to get only female plant
Difficulties/Problems with growing Humulus lupulus:
When is the best time to plant a Humulus lupulus plant:
Pests and diseases in Humulus lupulus:
Spider mites, aphids
When is the best time to prune a Humulus lupulus plant?
How to prune a Humulus lupulus:
Cut when the plant dies back
What is the size of a Humulus lupulus plant?
Growth speed in Humulus lupulus:
Fast growing / Medium growing
Humulus lupulus Irrigation Water Management:
Average amount of water / Big amount of water
Light conditions in optimal condition for growing Humulus lupulus:
Full Sun / Half Shade
It is possible to grow Humulus lupulus indoor?
Growing Humulus lupulus is also possible in a planter /flowerpot / containers:
When does Humulus lupulus bloom?
General information about the flower:
Fragrant color white or green, female and male grow on separate plants, female flower edible, the female flowers grow in a green hive and the male flowers white and grow in clusters.
Pollination is done by:
No need to pollinate better to grow only female
Uses of Humulus lupulus flower:
Bear (only female flowers)
When to trim Humulus lupulus leaves?
Spring / Summer
How to trim Humulus lupulus leaves?
After the plant establish can cut free, better not to cut with stems
Information about Humulus lupulus leaves:
Heart shape leaves can be lobed shape with 3-7 lobes, the edge serrated.
Uses of Humulus lupulus leaves:
Cooked, eaten raw, salad,