Yes- there is a North American native hop! These vines grow quickly & in August female plants produce fabulous hanging cones that are quite ornamental, dioecious (male & female flowers are produced on separate plants), large (4x6") divided leaves with 3 to 5 lobes, grows from sturdy rhizomes, entire vines (technically 'bines') die back to the ground each fall to regrow in the spring, tolerant of gravelly & poor soil, host for several Butterflies & Moths including the Red Admiral (Vanessa atalanta), Question Mark (Polygonia interrogationis), Comma (Polygonia comma), and the Beautiful Wood Nymph (Eudryas grata), a very robust vine. Not to be confused with the invasive annual Japanese Hops (Humulus japonicas).
to 30' tall (supported)
Plant Hardiness Zones: 3a-8b
Native Range: NS across s CN to AB to OK, south to UT, KS, & GA
Germination - Easy: Cold stratify 10 weeks
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