Here we illustrate a range of advertisements and features about the nursery and its staff in recent years.
Two rare examples exist of postcards, designed by Caldwell's for advertising purposes. The original postcards are in the care of Knutsford Heritage Centre.
This postcard is of a 'Wendy garden' designed by Caldwell and Sons, with rustic work by W and R Drinkwater, Knutsford. Courtesy of Knutsford Heritage Centre. (Click on image to enlarge)
'I originally came from Durham but came to live in Ollerton in 1962 when I married. We were delighted to find Caldwell's Rose Nursery near our house. My mother who still lived in Durham used to run a plant stall each May at the Church Summer Fair. My husband used to go over to the Nursery and buy Caldwell's 'lost label' roses which we took up to Durham each year and sold for two and sixpence each. People got to know they were coming and used to queue up for them before the Fair opened! Many of those roses must still be in the gardens in Durham now. I know we still have some of them in our garden.'