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Garden Rescue season 3 episodes list:
Charlie Dimmock and the Rich Brothers make gardens beautiful all across Britain. Kicking things off is Holly, a mum of two in Redditch who has let her garden turn into a jungle. Can the intrepid threesome come up with a plan to give this family a safe and fun place to play?
Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers start with a clean slate in Rutland, as they come to the aid of Manjinder. She wants to create an interactive and colourful space to pass her love of gardening on to her two small nephews. Can the team make it happen on her small budget?
Charlie Dimmock and the Rich Brothers travel to Andover. Animal lover Sue would like to share her garden with the hedgehogs who live in the neighbourhood, so which designer will create a space both safe and beautiful?
Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers visit Cardiff to meet Nadine and Steve. With two little ones and a home renovation going on, the couple have paid little attention to their spacious garden. Can Charlie and the boys come up with design ideas that blend entertaining spaces and room for growing children?
Music-loving couple Paul and Victoria welcome Charlie and the Rich brothers to their retro-styled home in Coventry. Their garden might not have much to offer right now, but with an original Anderson shelter in place and its owners bursting with imagination, this space is ready for a creative makeover from the Garden Rescue team.
Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers meet Arvinder and Yolanda, a couple juggling older parents, twin babies and busy careers, whose garden has fallen into disrepair. The team heads to south London to make a space where the family can stop and reflect.
Charlie Dimmock, Harry Rich and David Rich travel to Leicester to meet Paul, a personal trainer who would like to be able to use his space for clients, as well as for relaxing with friends and family. Can the team give him an all-purpose garden that also takes into consideration his disability?
Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers are tasked with bringing a tropical vibe to a sparse garden in Lincolnshire. Lizzie and Mike want the colours and feel of an island getaway, so which design will they choose?
The team is in Liphook to meet Anne and Shaun, who have a very big garden and a daughter who has her own ideas on what makes a perfect outdoor space. Can the Rich brothers save the day, or will it be Charlie Dimmock's design that suits the family most?
The team face one of their biggest ever challenges, as Tracey and Rob's Newport home has it all - dangerous sloped banks, multiple levels full of wild weeds, overgrown hedges and too many trees. But for those brave enough to make it to the top, the garden offers a magnificent view. Can Charlie and the Rich brothers work together to tame this space and give the family a place to relax?
The team is in North Walsham where Charlie and the brothers go head to head to win the right to make over the garden of Christine and Tony. If ever a couple needed the peace and consoling virtues of a good garden, it is this one. In June 2015, Anthony and Christine were shot in a terrorist attack in Tunisia.
The team is in Northampton where Charlie and the brothers go against each other to win the right to make over the garden of Theresa and Martyn. Theresa has recently retired from a career in nursing and Martyn has retired from a long teaching career. So, after being married for 42 years, and with their children moved out and providing them with grand children, they are free to enjoy their new 'forever home' - the only problem? The garden is 'boring' and 'green'.
The team is in Aylesbury where Charlie and the brothers go against each other to win the right to make over the garden of Michelle and Alistair and their two daughters. Alistair, who is in the air force, and Michelle, a neonatal nurse, have been together for 16 years. They have a small back garden but they need it to work hard for them providing space for entertainment and relaxation and also where their daughters Tabitha and Jocelyn, who both have autism, can play.
The team is in Norwich where Charlie and the brothers are going head to head to win the right to make over the garden of Taj and Rachel. Rachel and girlfriend Taj met online, they've been together for nearly four years and have a puppy and baby on its way. Rachel has recently completed her paramedic training, and Taj is a pharmacist. They would love to challenge the designers to tackle the slope at the bottom of their garden, which is the sunniest spot.
Elaine in Lymington loves gardening, but her front garden is out of control, with loads of messy shrubs, an out of control conifer and a front door the postman can't find. Can the team give purpose to the chaotic front space that matches Elaine's own dramatic style?
Roxy and Steve live in Shrewsbury with their young children Ted and Betsy, but their blank and boring garden has nothing exciting for children. In fact, it's so bad that when Ted and Betsy's nine-year-old cousin came round to play, she complained there was nothing to do in the garden! It's time for firefighter Steve to call in the garden emergency services. Can Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers, Harry and David, come up with a plan to turn this suburban patch of grass into a kids' playtime paradise? As ever, the two design teams go head to head to create the winning design, with the garden owner having to pick the one they like the most. Who will Roxy and Steve pick to design their garden, what will the results look like, and - most importantly - will the kids and their cousin give it the all-important thumbs up?
Sheena and James have saved hard to raise £2,500 to create their dream garden in their Lee-on-Solent home. However, Sheena has run aground in her efforts to create a garden that is green and tree filled but also a nod to the coastal area they live in, as well as appealing to both the couple's extended family and the area's wildlife that James has, so far, failed to tempt into their garden. Sheena has another unlikely request for the bespoke garden design - it has to work around her beloved washing line. As ever, Charlie goes head to head with the Rich brothers to create a garden design that satisfies all the needs of Sheena and James, and all within their limited budget. Once presented with the two gardens, the couple have to pick the one they like the most. Who will James and Sheena plump for? And will it fulfil all their many needs?
In Bitterne, Amanda and Lewis have a budget of £3,000 to create their dream garden. The couple have finished furnishing and decorating their first home together, and now they want a garden to match their stylish taste and eye for a sophisticated finish. Having travelled a lot in Asia, the couple would love to have influences that reflect the gardens of Asia in their south east English home. As ever, the design trio come to Bitterne to find out a bit more about the couple and their tastes for the exotic. Charlie Dimmock then goes head to head with the Rich brothers to create a garden design that satisfies all the needs of the young, trendy couple, and all within their budget. Once presented with the two gardens, the couple have to pick the one they like the most. It's a difficult decision, but who will Amanda and Lewis finally settle on? And will it fulfil their desires for a touch of Asian inspiration?
In Winchester, busy doctor Carolyn wants a tranquil spot to help her escape the stresses of her high-pressure job. Her happy place has always been by the beach, where she has happy memories of going as a child with her grandparents, so can the team bring a touch of the beach to her back garden? It is a challenge as there are very few living plants in her garden to start with. Despite this, both Harry and David Rich and Charlie Dimmock come up with a wonderful pair of coast-inspired garden designs, leaving Carolyn with the difficult choice of having to pick one. Once Carolyn has picked her favourite garden, Charlie, Harry and David, along with their regular landscape team, turn up to transform Carolyn's tired back garden in to a coastal oasis, perfect to revive even the hardest-working doctor! However, it's pouring with rain throughout the entire build, making the job a mammoth battle against the elements. Do they manage to complete the garden rescue in time?
In Stratford, Simon and Steve want a stylish garden. But can the team come up with something that's equal part both stylishly modern and with hints of Tudor heritage? And how about Simon and Steve's other request? A first for the designers - a feature in the garden that nods to the couple's interest and career in the car industry. Brothers Harry and David Rich and rival garden designer Charlie Dimmock all take a trip up to Stratford-upon-Avon, in the West Midlands, to meet Simon and Steve to see if they can get some more inspiration. After which, it's time for the two teams to create and pitch their designs for the couple. But Simon and Steve can only choose one design to spend their £4,000 budget on. So will it be Charlie's design, complete with a car exhaust sculpture park, or the Rich brothers' sophisticated garden with a large ornamental pool? And will the winning design be everything that the couple are expecting?
Danielle and Andy in Teignmouth have a wonderful opportunity to create a delightful terraced garden in the back of their smart new home. The only problem is they don't have the green fingers to do their garden justice. Luckily, this is where the Garden Rescue team come in. Inspired by their trips to Morocco, Danielle and Andy are after a touch of the Marrakesh riad courtyard garden and have a £2,500 budget to make their exotic dream come true. Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers, Harry and David, take a trip to sunny Teignmouth to see the garden for themselves and, inspired by their visit, come up with a pair of competing garden designs to bring a touch of Marrakesh to south Devon. Marrakesh gardens are famous for their bold use of strong colours, bright tiles, mirrors and water features in courtyard spaces, but will Danielle and Andy plump for Charlie or the Rich brothers' interpretation of this look for their dream garden?
Steve and Alice in Exeter are after an Ibiza-flavoured outdoor space, inspired by Alice's past living abroad. They have a budget of £2,500 and want a finished garden that will do justice to their new kitchen extension which spills outdoors through large bi-fold doors. But the garden also has to work as a family space that entertains their two young children. Charlie and the Rich brothers take a trip to Exeter to see what clues they can find to inspire their two rival designs. Armed with this intel, they pitch their two different interpretations of Steve and Alice's Ibiza-influenced family garden, but who will win the right to rescue the couple's garden from its current boring blank space? And when the work is done and Steve and Alice get to see the dramatic reveal, will they think their money and all the team's hard work has been worth it?
In Stowmarket, Charlie and the Rich brothers face one of their hardest ever garden rescues as they have to turn a total concrete jungle into a family-friendly back garden. After a career serving all over the world, army veteran Jason, his wife Esther and their four children have finally put down roots, but the trouble is, their garden literally has no roots - it's little more than a concrete car park. It is the ultimate test for Charlie and the Rich brothers, Harry and David. The couple have a budget of £3,000 to try to create a space where they can enjoy sitting out as a family, enjoying a quiet cup of tea or a family BBQ. The military is a big part of this family's life as Jason was in the army for 23 years, so one specific request is that the garden features some remembrance poppies. Other than that they are happy to leave themselves in the hands of the experts, but what will Charlie and the Rich brothers come up with in the face of such a difficult makeover? After the rival pitches, which of their two designs will Jason and Esther pick, and will they ever be able to complete the transformation from concrete wasteland to peaceful, poppy-filled, pretty family space?
Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers are in Wolverhampton to visit Bob and Maureen, who have a south-facing garden and are in desperate need of some shade. Maureen has lupus, and she comes out in bad rashes if her skin is exposed to the sun. As a result, Maureen has been unable to sit out and enjoy her garden for the last few years. Can the team bring the all-important shade that she needs, while also maintaining the colourful plant this Jamaica-born lady loves? Armed with loads of information and inspiration, Charlie and the Rich brothers head off to design two versions of what they think will be the perfect garden for the couple. However, Bob and Maureen can only pick one. So, after a design pitch, it's up to them to decide which garden brief hits their very particular needs the best. With a budget of £4,000 there is plenty of room for the team to get creative. Knowing that this is such an important garden for Maureen, it is all hands on deck to do as good a job as possible, and no stopping for the rain that falls all day.
Annette moved into her house in Mansfield, with her three sons two years ago. After doing up the house, she now needs help with the garden, but her £2,500 budget is all the money she has, so the pressure is on the team to deliver something that gives her everything she wants. Her garden is currently a bit of a dumping ground, especially at top end, where there is just loads of old rubbish. The one thing that she loves at the back of the garden is an old shed, which holds plenty of sentimental value, and she wants to keep it, even if it has seen far better days. Her large sloping lawn and not very generous patio hardly make the perfect starting point, but if anyone can turn it into the wildlife-rich garden with a Hansel and Gretel-style natural woodland feel, then it is the Garden Rescue team. Which of the two competing garden designs, Charlie's or the Rich brothers', will Annette and her children choose?
Emma and Steve in Hoveringham have a front garden overlooking the River Trent, but they are on display to passers-by. They want privacy, without losing the precious river view.
Keri and Mark want to bring the pub - or at least the pub garden - to them.
Charlie Dimmock and Harry and David Rich are in Wallasey to turn Sue's concrete space into a garden fitting for the two rose bushes she planted for her late husband and mother.
Kate and Derek's garden in Hagley is in need of some TLC. And they have a clear brief for Harry and David Rich and Charlie - the lawn stays but the unsafe, too-small patio must go.
Anita's Fallowfield garden was her late husband's pride and joy. Now, she is too old to keep it from running out of control. Can the team revitalise it?