Dense and leafy

  • Late diploid perennial ryegrass
  • Highest leaf:stem-ratio
  • Beautiful dense swards
  • Long-term persistent: M-recommendation
  • Officially listed in: Germany


  • Nordic climate
  • Oceanic climate
  • Continental climate
  • Mediterranean climate

Highest leaf:stem-ratio

Everton was bred in Germany and The Netherlands. During late spring and summer this variety stood out amongst the rest, for its extremely leafy sward. In the German official trials it showed 45% less aftermath heading, being the highest quality variety available now.


Beautiful dense swards

This late variety is very densely tillered and shows a fast regrowth after cutting. It’s fine leaves make for a beautiful dense sward.


Long-term persistent: M-recommendation

Everton performed great in the German M-persistency trials, and was awarded with an M-score as one of the first new diploids since a decade. It’s excellent winterhardiness combined with resistance to diseases and leafy growth guarantee a long-term production.






Lolium perenne
Late heading
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Late heading
Lolium perenne

One of the most important and widely used forage grasses, exhibiting rapid establishment, good tillering ability, excellent response to nitrogen and high acceptability to stock. Compared with other species, perennial ryegrass is more digestible, thus giving higher digestible dry matter production.

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