Santa Rosa Seed & Supply

Written by Werner Weiss. Posted in Disney History, Disneyland Resort, Features, Werner Weiss

Tagged: , , , , , ,

wwsantarosa

Published on August 21, 2014 at 8:16 pm with 5 Comments

When you a visit Yester California Adventure, it’s fun to buy souvenirs. How about a gift pack featuring a hand cultivator? Or take home some California wildflower seeds? Perhaps a hardcover of Zen Gardens by Erik Borja?

 

Read the full YESTERLAND article HERE: Santa Rosa Seed & Supply

 
When you are done reading, please leave your comments below.

About Werner Weiss

Werner is the curator of Yesterland.com, the ultimate collection of Disney theme park past attractions. You'll find his handiwork featured here every Friday.

Browse Archived Articles by

5 Comments

Comments for Santa Rosa Seed & Supply are now closed.

  1. It’s a shame that this store didn’t last. On my childhood trips to Epcot, my dad would always stop at Broccoli & Co. (now closed) at The Land to buy some exotic seeds to plant when we got home. It seems like a great unique (and cheap!) souvenir that is actually useful and keeps reminding you of your trip

    It’s also surprising to see how similar the old DCA logo on the denim merchandise is to the World of Color logo

    In the background of the photo with Orchid, you can see the backside of the Sun Icon quite clearly. How long was it before the foliage grew in to block that view?

  2. Boy I remember when I first saw that building and thought they picked it up at Home Depot or Costco. It hurried my rush through that embarrassing section of the park(worse than my county fair or WDW). That was the last area I visited on my first trip and gave me the feeling I might never visit again.

    Thankfully DCA 2.0 made it work well in my new favorite outside dinning area(though under utilized to its remote location.

  3. Thanks for a wonderful article! Often times I just wonder what Disney was thinking when they made something. Here they had a farm theme but it was surrounded by a sea of concrete. I’m glad they save the building though.

  4. thanks for the update on something I actually didn’t see. I got to DCA after Bountiful Harvest. It’s great to know the building is still in use – and I ate near it not even knowing the history. Very nice.

  5. This brings back many fun memories for me! I was an original park opener and spent many, many hours in this store through all its incarnations. I especially enjoyed it when it was Santa Rosa.