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Chehalis Apple Semi Dwarf
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ARKANSAS BLACK SD: Heirloom variety with excellent flavor, good keeper. Dark red, almost black skin. Small, multi-use variety that will store for up to 8 months! Pollen sterile.

BRAEBURN* SD: Medium sized, red with yellow highlight. Rich, crisp and juicy with aromatic flavor great for eating fresh. Late ripening, with excellent storage life. SOLD OUT

CHEHALIS SD: Early, large, greenish yellow, pink blush. Sweet, crisp and juicy. Disease resistant. 

LIBERTY SD, D: Mid-season. This apple is a 10! Red/yellow stripe, early-mid-season. Annual crop, small if not thinned.

High quality with sweet/tart balance you’ll love! SOLD OUT

GALA* SD: Mid-season Excellent quality, bright red striped over yellow. A very good keeper. A home grown version of the grocery store Gala is not comparable. Rich, sweet and flavorful, good juicer. Best grown a bit inland, does not do well right on the beach.

FUJI: SD, D- Mid-season, popular in grocery stores, crisp, sweet and juicy. Dessert quality, conical shape.

Best flavor with proper thinning & pruning, spray. 

KING SD: Late, Excellent keeper. Good disease resistance. Large, flat, red/yellow stripes. Flesh: creamy yellow.

All uses! Old variety found locally on homesteads. 

PINK LADY* SD:  An October apple with medium-size fruit with rich yellow skin blushed with pink. Bred to keep well with lack of storage scald. Sweet/tart flavor. 

NORTH POLE SENTINAL: Red/yellow apple with great tart  flavor, white, juicy, sweet, tender flesh. Good for pots, small gardens. Disease resistant. Use mid-season pollinizer. 

SCARLET SENTINAL: Columnar apple with large, crisp, yellow striped red in color, sweet apples. Multi use. Disease resistant. Prune to '8 to 10'. Good in large containers. 

Use mid-season pollinizer.

GRAVENSTEIN*: Early-harvest. 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 2 other varieties that are different to cross pollinate. Pollinated by a combination of Scarlet Sentinel, Liberty or multi-graft. Pollen sterile--do not use to pollenate other trees in your orchard. 

HONEYCRISP SD: Large, mid-season apple with amazing sweet/tart balance. Red skin with crisp, juicy flesh and good disease resistance. Royalty fee. 

NORTHERN SPY*: Crisp and delicious, thin skinned. Red with yellow dapple. This one does take a while to come into production. Not suited to the fog belt. It has excellent flavor and keeping qualities. All purpose variety. Heavy biennial producer. SOLD OUT

YELLOW DELICIOUS SD: Late harvest. Sweet, yellow skin with pink blush. Crisp, firm and aromatic Good for fresh eating or cooking. Partially self-fertile, mid season blooms.

WINTER BANANA SD:  Chosen best tasting apple at our 2015 apple show. Rich, tangy-buttery flavor.

Pale yellow skin with pink blush. Creamy flesh. Late variety. Need pollinizer. Grows well here. 

COMBINATION APPLES SD  AND ESPALLIER: M7 root-stock Early, mid and late varieties on one tree.

Espaliers are on dwarfing M26 root stock. Branches in tiered fashion. Excellent for pollinizing other apple trees.

Regular Combo varieties: Braeburn, Gala, Fuji, Jonagold, Granny Smith

Antique: Snow Famuse, Summer Rambo, Golden Russet, Pound Sweet, Roxbury Russet

Espalier Combo: Yellow Delicious, Lodi, Gravenstein, Gala, Red Macintosh, Jonathan 

*Crabapples  are also very good pollinators for mid - late apples; and very beautiful too! Harvest Gold, Prairie Fire, Sargenti

Espalier (E) on M26 root-stock produces 8-12’ tree.

Semi Dwarf (SD) on M7 root-stocks produces 18-22’ trees. SEE TAGS if not specified here.

Most are 7/8” or 1” caliper that bear the first year.

Our selections are chosen for their ability to grow well in our maritime climate. (Varieties with an asterisk are NOT disease resistant in the coastal fog belt.) These do better more inland. 


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