A long, thin garden is converted into a series of 'rooms' comprising an angled patio, a woodland garden and a formal pond at the request of the owners daughter.
A garden owner calls in the team to surprise his Japanese wife as their garden is given an oriental makeover, featuring a pool, lanterns, decking and a pottery shed / tea house.
The team travel to Cork to transform a 180ft garden for a rugby-mad couple. The pair had planned to turn the large space into an entertaining area as an extension to their small house, so the team set to work installing split-level decking and a misty water feature.
The green-fingered team visit Calverton, Nottinghamshire, to finish the work of a keen gardener who died before completing his dream project, so his widow can enjoy the fruits of his labour. Work begins on an ambitious deck including a pond, pergola and swing seat - but rain looks likely to disrupt their plans.
The team come to the aid of a Dorchester couple with three-year-old triplets, putting in a path and patio made from circular paving and railway sleepers, along with beds of plants and a secret play area for the children.
The team make an uneven garden more accessible for wheelchairs, so the owner's disabled father can enjoy it. The plan involves building bridges, inclines, and a water feature, as well as outside lighting to help the deaf householders communicate by sign-language in the evening.
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