Tourist's Guide to Prosser WA: Yellow Rose Nursery LbNA # 48401
|Placed Date||Jun 25 2009|
|Location||600 Merlot Dr., Prosser, WA|
|Last Update||Jun 19 2014|
NOTICE: There is now a sign requesting you ask permission to access the premises. I spoke with them 6/18/2014. During business hours they request you stop by the store and request access to look for the box. After hours, unless an event is in progress, you don't need to request permission. It is also now Posted, NO DOGS. This is because of people not picking up after their pets. This box is planted with permission of the owner of Yellow Rose Nursery.
A Tourist's Guide to Prosser, WA is series project under development highlighting various points of the community. Each location will be entered as a separate box for search/logging convenience. There is no vested interest in any businesses presented other than they were interesting to the planter and the area needs boxes.
Yellow Rose Nursery
Wedding Grounds, Nursery & Display Gardens, Landscape Products, Full Service Nursery, Display Gardens, Custom Design & Installation, Custom Baskets.
To the box:
NOTE: THERE IS NO ROOM FOR A HH IN THIS BOX. PLEASE DO NOT FORCE ONE OR THE BOX WON"T SEAL CORRECTLY.
Locate Yellow Rose Landscaping and Nursery and park in the lot. Wander the nursery grounds and enjoy the occasional pond, water fall and growing things. When you are finished, stroll SW on Port Rd. until you reach the lovely lady. From the lady, continue your stroll ExSE to the soothing falls and pools. Facing the lowest pool, wander to the left to the large boulder even with the falls flowing into the lowest pool. The yellow rose is between two and under the first, protected by a much smaller guardian.
As always return box to where you found it, well sealed against the elements. There is no room for a hh in this box.
If you need a bottle of wine, step into to one of the many choices or peruse the selection at Wine Country RV Park office (330 Merlot Dr.) where these and many others are displayed.
This is private property; the box is planted with the owners knowledge. If stopped, just say that you have the owner's permission. In the same respect, honor the permission given and "box in/trash out" if needed.
Distance: less than 1 mile