CHEHALIS: Early harvest, large, greenish-yellow, pink blush. Sweet, crisp, and juicy. Disease resistant.
GRAVENSTEIN: Early harvest season. The fruit is medium to large with light green skin and red stripes. Apple has a fine texture and is crisp, juicy, flavorful, and tart. Famous for sauce and baking, but also great for fresh eating. Triploid, sterile variety. NOTE: Needs two other types that are different for cross-pollinating. A combination of Scarlet Sentinel, Liberty, or multi-graft pollinates it. Pollen pure--do not use it to pollinate other trees in your orchard.
YELLOW TRANSPARENT: Early harvest season. Produces medium-sized crisp, juicy, tender, and tart fruit. The skin of fully ripe fruit is pale yellow, waxy, thin, and transparent. The fruit is medium in size. A cooking favorite, these apples make superb sauces and pies but are also great for drying or fresh eating. Unfortunately, the fruit has a short shelf life when ripe. NOTE: Pollinated by Chehalis, or Liberty.
HONEYCRISP: Mid-harvest season. Produces large fruit with richly coral-colored skin over a yellow background. Apple has a sweet-tart flavor and stores well. NOTE: Pollinated by Fuji, Liberty, Goldrush, or Scarlett Sentinel.
TRIUMPH: Mid-harvest season. Firm fruit, pleasantly tart with beautiful red color. Scab tolerant, good storage life, and tasty for fresh eating.
GOLDEN SENTINEL: This newer variety produces a striking display of white spring flowers followed by very large and attractive solid golden yellow fruit. Sweet, juicy and delicious. Disease resistant and productive.
NORTHPOLE: Large, bright red, tasty McIntosh-type fruit. Crisp, juicy and aromatic. Attractive and productive tree.
SCARLET SENTINEL: Large, delicious, greenish-yellow fruit. Dense clusters of white flowers are followed by abundant, closely spaced fruit. Very productive and disease resistant. The most dwarfing of the Columnar varieties.
FREEDOM: Late-harvest season. Apple is orange red with yellow-green striping and some patches of russet. Flesh is fine and juicy with a sub acid flavor. High disease resistance.
FUJI: Late-harvest season. Tree is vigorous, very productive and the fruit has a long shelf life. Fruit has dulled reddish orange colored skin, sometimes rusetted. Flavor is a balance between sweet and tart. NOTE: Pollinated by Honeycrisp or Liberty.
LIBERTY: Late-harvest season. Skin color is solid red. Apple is crisp and juicy but somewhat tart. Good for fresh eating or cooking. Resistant to scab, rust, mildew, and fire blight. NOTE: Pollinated by Yellow Transparent, Golden Sentinel, Honeycrisp, or Scarlet Sentinel.
PINK LADY: Late-harvest season. Fruit is oblong with pink blush over yellow overtone. Flesh is creamy white with a sweet tart flavor. Long storage life.