Among the very best of the recent nectarines, and among the few recent freestone varieties of value for the home orchard. Skin white with bright, cherry-red splashings; resist russetting and splitting, though must be rigorously thinned for good size. Flesh white, red around the pit, melting, juicy, wonderfully sweet. A product of Floyd Zaiger Genetocs, Modesto, in the 1970s; not intended for commercial growers but a must for the amateur. Late July. 650 hours. On Lovell.