Hops like to climb so planting close to a fence, wall or post is a good idea. Many
people connect a strong twine from a stake in the ground to a hook secured in
their house or  fence.  After the Hops pop out of the ground, and when they are
about 1 foot in length, wrap them clockwise around your support string or pole.
They will continue to grow up the string, occasionally  needing your help in
being wrapped in the early stages.  
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