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Chehalis Apple

Original price $59.99 - Original price $59.99
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$59.99 - $59.99
Current price $59.99

Malus domestica 'Chehalis'

An excellent choice for organic growers who like a very large, sweet, yellow apple. This old favorite was discovered north of Chehalis, WA, in 1937. Fruit resembles Golden Delicious in looks and flavor, but it is larger and crisper, with a solid, thick skin.

Reliable, highly productive trees are very resistant to scab and partly resistant to mildew. Fruit ripens late in September.

USDA Zone: 4-9

Mature Height: 6' (Mini Dwarf), 10' (Dwarf)

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: October

Pollination: Needs a Pollinizer

Mini-Dwarf Rootstock: M27

Dwarf Rootstock: M26

Read our Apple Growing Guide

Size: Dwarf (4'-5')


Ask a Question
  • Is honey crisp a good pollinator ?

    No, Honeycrisp blooms too late.

  • Is this a good pollinator for the honey crisp?

    No, it blooms too early.

  • Can the dwarf chehalis apple cross pollinate with the dwarf northern spy apple?

    No, they bloom too far apart. Please refer to the Apple Growing Guide for a breakdown on apple pollination and a bloom chart.

  • Can this cross pollinate with William’s pride?

    Yes, they will cross pollinate. Chehalis is a bloom group 2 apple, which pollinates with groups 1 through 3.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Jona M.
First time customer

So happy with my purchase. I got the mini dwarf size to fit in my garden plot. It arrived in great condition. There are leaves unfurling. Appreciate the videos attached to the email letting me know the tree was on its way. Very helpful. Thank you!

Paula V.

The Chehalis Apple has long been a favorite in our family and we are so excited to have this tree! It came beautifully packaged and looks great. Thank you Raintree!!!

Beautiful Tree

Arrived very well packaged and in proper growing condition. Well taken care of. Looking foward to many years of this Washington tree.