The fertile valleys and plateaus just east of the Cascade Mountains are not only beautiful — they’re ideal for growing some of the world’s favorite apples.
Washington has five main growing regions that follow the cool, rushing waters of the Columbia River and its tributaries.
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This is the northernmost growing region in Washington, with shorter growing days and cooler temperatures that produce excellent fruit.
Home to one of the deepest lakes in the world, the Chelan region has a unique temperate microclimate that produces truly exquisite apples.Meet your growers
The true heart of Washington apple country. Waterfront orchards along the Columbia and Wenatchee rivers produce apples of every flavor and color.Meet your growers
Ancient lava flows across this broad region left behind rich volcanic soil that helps our growers produce large, delicious apples.Meet your growers
Surrounded by gently rolling mountains, the wide Yakima Valley uses irrigation to create an apple grower’s oasis. This is our largest growing region.Meet your growers