Hop fields :: Shared Description

A traditional Hop Field, or Hop Garden, was formed by rows of poles or strings 16 feet high. Modern fields are about 10 feet high. The hop plant starts growing in spring and grows up the pole or string, until September when it is harvested. Hops are dried and used for flavouring beer. …read more LinkExternal link
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TQ8029 : Hop Field, Hoad's Farm by Oast House Archive
TQ7423 : Hop field by N Chadwick
TQ7423 : Hop field by N Chadwick
TQ8128 : Hoad's Farm hop garden by Oast House Archive
TQ8029 : Hop flower at Hoad's Farm by Oast House Archive
TQ7826 : Hop field at Kitchenham Farm by Oast House Archive
TQ8128 : Harvested Hop Field, Hoad's Farm by Oast House Archive
SO5842 : Hop field and railway by Oast House Archive
TQ7458 : Hops at The Museum of Kent Life by Oast House Archive
TQ8028 : Hop Field at Hoad's Farm  by Oast House Archive
TQ6939 : High Weald Landscape Trail through a hop field by N Chadwick
SO5842 : Hop field, Pigeon House Farm by Oast House Archive
TQ7826 : Hop field at Kitchenham Farm by Oast House Archive
TQ8029 : Hops and Grapes by Oast House Archive
TQ8028 : Hop Field at Hoad's Farm by Oast House Archive
TQ6939 : Hop poles between Lewes Heath and Hazel Street by N Chadwick
SO5841 : Hop field, by Western Beggard Lane by Oast House Archive
TQ6936 : Hop Garden at Little Scotney Farm by Oast House Archive
SO5768 : Hop fields at Burford Oaks by Oast House Archive
SO7067 : Hop field near Dumbleton Brook by Oast House Archive
TQ8128 : Hop bines at Hoad's farm by Oast House Archive
TQ6939 : Shelterbelt in the hop fields by N Chadwick
TQ8029 : Hop flower at Hoad's Farm by Oast House Archive
SO5842 : Hop field, Pigeon House Farm by Oast House Archive
TQ6939 : Hop fields between Lewes Heath and Hazel Street by N Chadwick

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Created: Mon, 9 Nov 2009, Updated: Mon, 14 May 2012

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