A very vigorous tree, of medium to large size and prone to the production of shoots with thorns, from the germination of common lemon seeds, originating in the Vega Alta del Segura (Murcia). It is also known as Waiter, White or Fine. The fruit is oval, smooth and thin. The pulp has a high content of juice of high acidity and an average number of seeds. The harvest begins greenish, when it reaches the size and percentage in enough lemon juice.
It is a Spanish variety whose origin is unknown. The tree is vigorous, large and productive and with few thorns. The fruit is oval in shape, bark somewhat rough and thick. The pulp has a high content of juice. The harvest begins once the lemon Primofiore is finished.
The flowering, both of primofiore and verna, at the end of August-September results in the fruit known as Verdelli. Considered as an atypical fruit, it does not usually acquire the yellow color, hence its name. They are medium to large in size, more rounded and their skin finer than those of harvest.