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Great Lakes (Lettuce Seeds | Premier Seeds Brand | 100g)

4,100.00

We offer Great Lakes, a heritage variety of medium-sized to large-hearted ‘Iceberg’ lettuce that bears crisp, vividly green heads after 90 days.

This type is simple to select and stores well. When combined, it is fantastic in salads, shredded, and added to wraps.
It takes 12 to 13 weeks from planting to harvest to reach full maturity.
Highly dependable and disease-resistant.
They come in 100g tins and can be delivered anywhere in the country.
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Great Lakes

Great Lakes is a heritage variety of ‘Iceberg’ lettuce with medium to large hearts that bears crisp, vivid green heads in 90 days.

Lettuce is tolerant of both heat and cold and exhibits a high level of tip burn and bolting resistance. Additionally, it develops broad, crisp-textured leaves that are crinkled and form a dense head in the center.
This type is simple to select and stores well. When combined, it is fantastic in salads, shredded, and added to wraps.
It takes 12 to 13 weeks from planting to harvest to reach full maturity. Size: 20 cm. 30 cm spread.

Lettuce features

Monday: Full
Germination typically takes 7 to 14 days.
Using pots or trays, sow
Age of Maturity: 100 days
pH of the soil should be 6.0 to 6.5.

How do I grow Great Lakes?

Plant around 10 seeds per square foot of soil for this lettuce type, with rows spaced 12 to 18 inches apart.
When necessary, you can also plant and sow lettuce seeds into little nooks and crannies.
While it is true that this particular lettuce variety grows best in full sun, it is one of the few vegetables that can tolerate some shade without having its growth slowed.
Many gardeners think that soaking any seeds helps boost germination rates before planting. To do this, set the lettuce seeds in a well-lit area and soak them in water for at least 16 hours before planting.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Great Lakes Lettuce Seeds

What is Great Lakes Lettuce?

Great Lakes Lettuce is a heritage variety of iceberg lettuce known for its large, crisp heads and resistance to heat and bolting.

What are the benefits of growing Great Lakes Lettuce?

  • Large, crisp heads: Great Lakes produces medium to large heads with vibrant green leaves.
  • Heat and cold tolerant: This lettuce variety thrives in both warm and cool weather conditions.
  • Slow bolting: Great Lakes resists bolting (flowering prematurely), extending your harvest window.
  • Easy to pick and store: The dense heads are easy to harvest and store well.
  • Versatile: Great Lakes is perfect for salads, wraps, and shredding.

How long does it take to grow Great Lakes Lettuce?

  • Germination: 7-14 days.
  • Harvest: 12-13 weeks from planting for full maturity.

How do I plant Great Lakes Lettuce seeds?

  • Sow 10 seeds per square foot with rows 12-18 inches apart.
  • Seeds can be sown directly or started in pots/trays.
  • Great Lakes prefers full sun but tolerates some shade.
  • Soaking seeds for 16 hours before planting may improve germination.

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