They have greenish-yellow skin with a pink blush on the side that had the sun.
Inside they have off-white, crisp, finely-textured flesh that is juicy and sweet.
The fruit bruises easily.
The tree is self-fertile.
For fresh-eating and baking.
Chehalis Apples were developed from a seedling found near the Chehalis River, Oakville, Washington State, USA, in 1937 (some sources say 1955.)