WGV is an English hop variety bred by Edward Albert White of Yalding, Kent, England in 1911 from open pollination of Bates Brewer. It acquired the name Whitbread Golding after the brewery bought the farms in 1920 when Mr White retired. Whitbread did not not acknowledge the work Mr White had achieved in hop cultivation by keeping his name. It is not a true golding but also not dissimilar it is more robust with distinguishing sweet fruity note. Alpha acid 5.0%-8.0%. Wilt resistant
WGV hop plant will grow to approx. 15-20 feet once mature. All orders will be dispatched as soon as the dormant root stock are available. This hop plant sells out by the summer. We will deliver this rhizome as a bare root hop plant, wrapped in damp moss to ensure it's ready to be planted upon arrival.
Please note, we send bare root hop plants overseas, but we do not offer a replacement or refund if the hop plant fails due to your growing conditions. Hop plants need cold conditions in the winter. Otherwise, they will not grow. Some hop varieties take longer than others to emerge.There is no refund/replacement policy for overseas deliveries that are not delivered or fail to grow. **Trade Customers**
All trade customers who require large quantities than the available listed, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.