A descendent of Julie selected in Trinidad. The fruit are oval, averaging 13 to 16 oz. The fruit ripen from mid-July to August to a bright yellow, with a slight pink blush. The thick, tough skin conceals a fiberless, deep orange, soft and juicy flesh with a sweet, rich and aromatic flavor. During the late summer, a finer-flavored mango cannot be found. Graham grows well in moist, humid conditions, typical of South Florida. The tree is naturally compact, and with annual pruning can be maintained with a size and spread of eight feet, perfect for the space-limited homeowner.