A nectarine from the Armstrong breeding program, intended for Southern California but was planted as a commercial nectarine in San Joaquin Valley during 1950 - 1960. Fruits of modest size, skin greenish white, almost covered with dark red; flesh white, red at pit, but very tender, freestone; so highly aromatic that a few fruits will perfume the entire home. A highly perishable fruit when ripe, and all ripen within a few days. Best in interior valley locations, fair on coastal plain and in Bay Area. 450 hours. Mid to late July. On Lovell.