Lolium perenne | Perennial Rye-grass | Seagalach buan
Meadows, roadsides and waste places
Seed accessions in the National Genebank, Backweston (improved cultivar and wild seed collected in 2010). Material held by Oakpark, Teagasc. Living collection in the National Botanic Garden.
Records submitted to Data Centre in 2021
The following map is interactive. If you would prefer to view it full screen then click here.
Perennial ryegrass is an important pasture and forage plant and is used in many pasture seed mixes. In fertile soil it produces a high grass yield, and in Britain and Ireland is frequently sown for short-term hay grassland, often with red or white clover (Trifolium spp).