Variety obtained in California, probably to have emerged from a seed of the Lunario lemon variety.
The tree is vigorous, with fewer thorns than the Fino lemon tree. It has a tendency to re-flower, not to the same extent as the Verna but more than the Fino, and to an intensity depending on the local climatology. Pollen viability is medium to low. The variety is self-compatible.
Fruit is medium to large in size and oval or oblong in shape, with a small shoot in the base and a thin apical nipple. Fruit appears in clusters with few to no seeds. The rind is of medium thickness.
Quickly enters into production. May produce two harvests, with the first and most important to be performed at the same time as the Fino variety or a little earlier. Very productive variety.