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January 2, 2021

Garden Rescue – S02.

Series Repack.

Charlie Dimmock and award-winning garden designers the Rich brothers compete to design gardens for homeowners around the country.


Ep01 - Charlie and the Rich brothers compete to design a £6,000 Italian garden for a couple in Fareham. The designers' creative skills are going to be tested to the limit if the uninspiring grass patch is to become a Mediterranean idyll.

Ep02 - Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers compete to design a £3,000 Ibiza-themed party garden for a family in Wokingham. Will the designers come up with some cool ideas to transform this unloved plot into a laid-back Balearic chill-out lounge?

Ep03 - Charlie Dimmock and the Rich Brothers are in Bedford, competing to design a garden for busy single mum Sam and her six-year-old daughter Amy. The garden is overgrown, unloved and badly in need of some TLC. Sam dreams of a trampoline for Amy, a seating area for herself and a colour-filled oasis bursting with oriental style plants.

Ep04 - Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers compete to design a £2,500 eco-friendly garden for a young family in Whitchurch. They need to design a productive garden with space to entertain and must tackle a treacherous two-metre drop.

Ep05 - Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers compete to design a £3,000 beach-themed garden for a family of three generations. But which designer's ideas for this run-down plot will fall on stony ground, and whose will win a tide of approval?

Ep06 - Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers compete to design a £6,000 garden for a couple in Watford who crave a space to remind them of their former garden in Africa. They pull out all their creative stops to conjure up scenes of the savannah in the home counties.

Ep07 - Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers compete to design a £5,000 family garden in Southampton. The plot is unsafe for toddler Alex and uninviting for mum and dad, so the designers need to create something to suit them all.

Ep08 - Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers are tasked with transforming a long, thin garden in Northampton. With a fortieth birthday party only weeks away and a young goddaughter to consider, which designer will win the brief for an exciting, multifunctional space?

Ep09 - Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers are challenged to come up with the best design for a rural back garden with a steep slope. Whose plan to make the best of the spectacular Somerset view will the owners choose?

Ep10 - Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers are in Weston-super-Mare, facing an oddly shaped backyard with an assortment of random levels and surfaces. Whose design will win the pitch for a warm-feeling and practical family space on a tight budget.

Ep11 - Charlie and the Rich brothers tackle a narrow garden in West Sussex.

Ep12 - Charlie and the Rich brothers conjure up a magical fairy theme for a sloping garden.

Ep13 - Charlie and the Rich brothers are challenged to come up with a Mughal-inspired design.

Ep14 - Unpublished

Ep15 - Charlie and the Rich brothers are asked to transform a sea of dingy gravel and paving.

Ep16 - Charlie and the Rich brothers take on an unusual challenge in Manchester.

Ep17 - Charlie and the Rich brothers tackle a large garden in Hemel Hempstead.

Ep18 - Charlie and the Rich brothers attempt to turn a deathtrap of a garden into a safe haven.

Ep19 - Charlie and the Rich brothers undertake a contemporary cottage garden design.

Ep20 - In Birkenhead, Charlie and the Rich brothers attempt to give Joanna a quirky garden space.

Ep21 - Charlie and the Rich brothers try to deal with a garden that has a steep, slippery slope.

Ep22 - Charlie and the Rich brothers are asked to design a wildlife haven for a young family.

Ep23 - Charlie and the Rich brothers must design a garden inspired by holidays in Italy.

Ep24 - The team have to come up with a design for a garden which has been untouched for 18 years.

Ep25 - Charlie and the Rich brothers are asked to tackle a front garden in Ilkley.

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