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Garden Rescue season 4←Garden Rescue season 3
Garden Rescue season 4 episodes list:
In Southampton, Morgan has £5,000 for a party garden. The space must have privacy, a water feature and, as a proud Welshman, the feeling of his homeland.
The Rich brothers are joined by Arit Anderson to create an all-year-round garden in Byfleet for stylish octogenarian Gay.
The design team are in Shoreham by Sea, helping John and David. They have a budget of £4,500 to turn their tired garden into the perfect place to host their wedding reception.
Karen and Duncan in Shefford complain their garden is too plain. They don't like straight lines and want curves instead. The Rich brothers and Arit Anderson help out.
Zoe and Jonny have £2,500 to spend on their garden in Fishponds, Bristol. They want a place to grow Zoe's wedding flowers and a spot for her alfresco yoga.
Tracey and her family have moved into the home she grew up in, and her mum Christine now lives in a newly built granny flat. But the building work has trashed the lovely garden.
David and Harry Rich, along the latest Garden Rescue designer, Arit Anderson, are in Melton Mowbray, creating the ultimate alfresco cooking and dining area.
This time, Charlie Dimmock and brothers Harry and David Rich are in Milton Keynes to create a BBQ-friendly, brightly planted, Hindu-inspired garden.
Harry and David Rich are joined by Arit Anderson to help Richard and Darren create their own slice of New York's famous High Line garden in Solihull.
Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers, Harry and David, answer a Garden Rescue SOS from their youngest ever applicant, Oliver – who’s not yet ten. Bike-mad Oliver wants something that no-one else has ever asked the designers for: a BMX track in his back garden! His parents, Sally and Ian, from Appleton in Warrington, agreed to write in to the show on the condition that there was something in the garden for them too. Top of their wishlist is a new entertainment space at the back of the garden, because the current patio is in the shade most of the day while the back of the garden gets all the sun. The design team travel up to Warrington to meet their young client and find out if his dream of a BMX track can be integrated with a more adult space, fit for inviting friends round for a BBQ. It’s a tough challenge, but one that Harry, David and Charlie can’t wait to get their creative hands on.
The Garden Rescue team are in Leamington Spa to help Robert and Gemma and their young daughter Darcey, who is afraid of the family’s nettle-strewn, overgrown garden. The family want a place where Darcey can come out and play without fear of falling into nettles or injuring herself on the uneven and broken patio. With a budget of £6,000 to restore what was once, in the past, a well-maintained garden, the couple are after something that will set off their new home to perfection. As ever, the two design teams go head to head. Arit Anderson's deisgn incorporates a winding path and hexagonal seats, while the Rich brothers favour an elegant mix of topiary balls and wild grasses, all set off with a summer house. The decision is, as ever, with the family.
Busy working couple Nicola, a radiographer, and her husband Anthony, an accountant, have lived in Swindon for 13 years, but they moved to their new house only last year. They regard the house as their forever dream home, but having finally found it, the garden is letting them down! With a budget of £3,00, the couple want to bring some Mediterranean glamour and a sophisticated, colourful contemporary style to their boring and boxy new build garden. All that and being able to withstand their pet dog, who loves to dig up the plants! As ever, Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers, Harry and David, go head to head in a pitch to win the right to makeover the couple’s garden. Who will win? And will they be able to transform an otherwise uninspiring space, into a welcoming and warm outdoor space, perfect for entertaining or quiet al fresco dining, after a long, stressful day at work? If anyone can, it is the Garden Rescue team.
Jeannie and Norman have spent their retirement making the most of their long garden in Petersfield, Hampshire, but the one part of the garden they aren’t happy with is the area that overlooks the local fields and rolling Hampshire views. The couple want to turn this area at the back of their garden into a secluded, calm, Japanese-inspired ‘bolt hole’, separate from the ‘social area’ where they entertain friends and family - a ‘garden within a garden’, just for them, where they can watch the wildlife and the sun set. They have a decent budget of three thousand pounds to create this crowning glory to their beloved garden, but who will win the right to turn that money into a dream garden? Will it be Charlie Dimmock or the Rich brothers Harry and David? With the clock ticking on the makeover, can the winning designer, get the garden done in time? And will Jeannie and Norman love it when they open their eyes on their new garden?
Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers, Harry and David, are in Daresbury, in Chester, answering a Garden Rescue emergency call from downsizers Karen and Alan. The couple have a small wedge-shaped garden with so little in it that the only thing to look at is the fences, and to make matters worse, those fences don’t even stop the garden from being completely overlooked by neighbours. The couple work from home and so they spend a lot of time looking at or living in the garden, so it's not surprising that they want to bring their space to life and create some much needed privacy, too. But they have a particular request: they don’t like straight lines and want a wandering journey through the garden. With a budget of only £2,500, this garden rescue job will be difficult for the designers, but they can spot a sadly under-utilised green space a mile off, so head up to Daresbury to pitch their rival garden visions to the couple. Who will win the right to transform Karen and Alan’s blank oddly shaped plot into their tranquil, private oasis of a garden?
The Garden Rescue team are in the Bristol suburb of Bradley Stoke to come to the horticultural help of Laura and Andrew. This time the team have an unusual challenge - can they turn a long, pointed front garden into a water-saving, wildlife-friendly space that won’t have dad Andrew feeling embarrassed when he comes home from work? While they might not want the normal, low maintenance, simple lawn or gravel that many people have outside their front door, Andrew definitely doesn’t feel good about the tangle of weeds and overgrown wildflower meadow that has taken over the space and swallowed up the path from the street to the front door. His dream is something that won’t embarrass the neighbours! While Laura, his wife, is after water conservation and a place to encourage the bugs and creepy crawlies that young son William loves. With a budget of just £2,000, the pressure is on to come up with a design that works to their limited budget. The designers are going to have to put their thinking caps on! So, the two design teams go head to head to wow the young Bristol couple with their plans for a head-turning front garden. The Rich brothers, Harry and David, offer a clever design of decking laid over an ornamental dry river bed leading to a central bound gravel square all surrounded by planting, shrubs and trees. Charlie Dimmock, on the other hand, pulls out all the stops, with a dramatic large bog garden and planting bed, fed by a water feature made of five watering cans that run off the rainwater drain pipe. So, who will the couple pick? And will they, after all the hard work, when they open their eyes to see their surprise new garden for the first time, be bowled over?
Charlie Dimmock and award-winning garden designers the Rich brothers compete to design gardens for homeowners around the country.
In this episode, Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers, Harry and David, are in Rotherham to create a colourful, social space for Sue and Robert Jenkins. With their son now 16, this couple want a grown-up garden at last! But Sue suffers from Crohn’s disease, so the garden needs to be somewhere that she can relax and recuperate when fatigued. At the moment it is a boring, sloping lawn with few redeeming qualities and nothing to attract you outside. Also, they really want an additional area in the sun at the bottom of the garden, as the current patio area near the house is always in the shade. Finally, the couple are not expert gardeners but love pottering around in the summer and spring, so a garden design with summer flowers may be the answer, especially if it includes Sue’s much-loved lavender and lemon balm. So, Sue and Robert have a lot on their wish list, but luckily they have a budget to match – with £6,500 set aside for their dream garden. Can Charlie, Harry and David come up with a pair of designs that cater for all of Sue and Robert’s garden wishes? As ever, the designers have to pitch against each other for the right to make over the garden. The brothers want to create a garden full of simple planting set against a contemporary wooden deck edged with weathered steel. Charlie, on the other hand, wants to create a dramatic garden, complete with abundant plants, large entertainment space and a subtle water feature, that runs from the original upper patio to a lower new patio. So, whose design will Sue and Robert pick and, with the clock running, can the team make the couple’s wish for a new, adult garden come true?
In this episode, Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers Harry and David, are in Alton, Hampshire to bring life, colour and drama to the suburban garden of Jemma and Mike and their new baby, Annabel. Jemma and Mike visited the Provence region of France on their honeymoon three years ago and would love to take inspiration from the area. They are after a very specific look that includes lavender, roses, galvanized tubs and pea gravel paths. It’s a very romantic wish list but a long way from the lifeless, boring space they have now! Not surprisingly, the designers can’t wait to get stuck in and the creative juices are soon flowing. But in the battle to win the pitch, who will be picked to provide the Gallic flair that Jemma and Mike crave? With the summer sun blazing throughout the build, the French holiday weather is certainly on hand and the brothers even dress the part for inspiration! But, when the garden’s done and the couple see it for the first time, will it be a case of ‘très bon’ or ‘Sacré bleu’?
In this episode, Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers, Harry and David, are in Cwmcarn, just outside Newport in Wales, to tackle Kim and Simon’s vertiginous three tiered garden. This is no simple back lawn; instead their garden is so steep it rises above the roof of the house to offer fantastic views of the local forest and mountain. Kim and Simon want to make the most of the amazing views but have no idea how to tackle the impossible tiers. Luckily, they know of people who do, Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers! A call to help with this ‘high rise’ garden certainly 'peaks' the three designers' interest! And for Welsh lads, Harry and David, they can’t resist the call of ‘home’ either. Kim and Simon have a healthy £5,000 budget, but they’ll need every penny of that to tame this monster and make it fit for their smartly decorated home. So, can Charlie, Harry and David come up with a pair of designs that deliver Kim and Simon’s dream garden? As ever, when the designers go head to head to pitch for the right to build their design, it’s clear they have different ideas for what Kim and Simon need. The brothers want to create a series of retaining walls clad in weathered steel and three different seating areas, one in paving, one in bound gravel and one in lawn, so each garden tier feels very different. Charlie, on the other hand, wants to create boardwalks, veg beds and a water feature to add stop-off points amid the dramatic views. So, whose design will Kim and Simon pick and, with the clock running, can the designers, aided by their trusted team of landscapers, take on the high-risk challenge of this high level garden and deliver the couple’s dream garden?
The Rich brothers and Arit Anderson are on a mission to create a family garden in Horsham, Sussex, for James, Charlotte and their young daughter, Esmé. They need to come up with ways for Esmé to learn about nature and wildlife while her parents get a seating area to host summer BBQs. Will the couple plump for the Harry and David's plan for a large patio, a small allotment and a multi-functional deck, or will they prefer Arit’s design, including a raised water feature flanked with stepping stones and a ‘wild kitchen’ for Esmé?