It was obtained from the crossing of Jonathan x Wagener in Idaho, USA, by L. Verner in 1935. It has been breeding since 1942. It is distributed in the USA, Canada, Switzerland and others. It was imported in our country in 1963 and is poorly distributed. The tree is moderately growing. The crown is spherical, in older trees to the spill, dense. Flowering is early. There is a very good fertility. The fruits reach harvest maturity in the third ten days of September. They are very large (70 x 80 mm), with an average weight of 246 g, globular, slightly flattened, almost entirely fuzzy red. They look like Jonathan's fruit. The flesh is whitish, with pink layers, fine-grained, moderately juicy, pleasantly sweet, of very good to excellent quality.