The first photo is of the Goldings, which are in a pot right in the middle of Mary's truck patch - so the other plants there are summer squash on the left and eggplant on the right.
The second photo is of the Willamette, which took off and I thought would be better at this stage than the Goldings. Looks like a squirrel chewed the training twine on one of the runners, and we had a little setback. But all's well, I don't expect much from them this first year anyway.
Golding: low to medium bitterness, flavors of dried flowers, plum and moss
Willamette: low bitterness, flavors of pear, eucalyptus, and earth
In the book, the Goldings varieties are listed as ingredients for blondes and lighter ales, while the Willamette hops are used in a couple of pale ales. I've brewed some of each of those, so I know that I can use whatever these bines might produce.
Here's the link to the book: