Lettuce Great Lakes is the lettuce to grow for Summer salads. A large crisp head variety, the seed may be sown to produce a succession of crops. Lettuce Great Lakes grows well on any good soil in a sunny position.
Sow a few seeds in each clump, 6mm deep. Cover with fine layer of seed raising mix or soil, water gently. Space 30cm apart, thin to strongest seedlings. Feed with liquid fertiliser every 10-14 days. Water often as Lettuce have shallow roots. Make successive sowings.
Sow in Spring and Summer.
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