But not mine. Mine died last year, and need to be re-planted.
|Kahuna Hops are in a sad state this spring!|
I understand that had the old ones lived, they would still be in the ground, freeze or not. But the new little rhizomes seem like they should have the benefit of being planted in some warm and cozy soil to ensure the best chance of survival!
I admit, I'm not a gardener. Also, I admit that I'm not very good at timing! SO... If there are any rhizomes left by the time I get around to it, I'll be trying again this year, and hopping for the best!