Chehalis apples are a yellow/green color, usually with a pink blush on exposed side. Resembles Golden Delicious in looks and flavor but larger, crisper and more elongated. Crisp, cream colored flesh. Medium-fine texture. Sweet, slightly honeyed, juicy eating and baking apple. It originated in Oakville, WA along the Chehalis river in 1955.
Pollinators: Akane, Scarlet Sentinel, Liberty, Centennial
The Chehalis apple is considered to be an early-midseason apple, typically ripening in mid to late September.