Mutation of the Washington variety to have originated in Australia. Vigorous tree with some thorns in the more vigorous branches. Generally minus thorny than other late varieties such as Navelate.
Flowers lack pollen just like all of the other Navel varieties.
Fruit is of similar size as the Newhall variety and has a navel. Pleasant, sweet taste; unlike other varieties, does not taste “off” when consumed at the end of the ripening period.
Low limonin content. Late to mature and fruit remains on trees until the end of June. Good and constant production. May be an interesting variety for prolonging the harvest period for Navel group oranges.