Barblanca - White clover

Large leaved white clover

  • Large leaved white clover.
  • Excellent persistency.
  • Aggressive growth habit.
  • Can compete with ryegrass.
  • Good early spring growth.
  • Some winter growth.
  • Officially listed in: Ireland, United Kingdom, France.

    Barblanca is a large leaved white clover with an aggressive growth habit. This can be seen by its excellent persistency in ryegrass/fescue-swards. Barblanca has a long growth season and even some winter growth. This make this white clover variety very suitable for mixtures in areas with mild winters.


    White clover
    Large leaved
    Large leaved
    Medium leaved
    Small leaved
    Ladino type (very large leaved)
    White clover

    White clover is a perennial legume which spreads by branching stolons through the sward. It has the ability to produce its own nitrogen through a symbiotic process with rhizobium bacteria in the root nodules. White clover is mainly used in grazing leys for its high nutritive value.