Great Lakes Heirloom Lettuce Seed
90 days. 600 seeds. Great Lakes was the 1944 All-America Selections winner, and was essentially the first Iceberg-type lettuce variety to be introduced. It produces medium-sized, wonderfully-flavored crisp heads that are perfect for salads or sandwiches. This variety can bolt in hot weather, so start early in spring or at least 10 weeks before the first frost for a fall crop. Or, if you are in zone 8 or warmer, Great Lakes is a wonderful option for a winter harvest. Open pollinated seeds. FREE SHIPPING!
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For planting instructions and growing tips, click How To Grow Lettuces.
If you are interested in looking at other varieties of heirloom lettuce seed, see Heirloom Lettuce Seeds.