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June 9, 2019

Garden Rescue s04e14-16.

S04E14: Daresbury.
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.

S04E15: Bristol.
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!

S04E16: St Ives.
In this episode, Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers Harry and David are in St.Ives, Cambridgeshire, answering a Garden Rescue SOS from Bernadette. Bernadette is a dedicated social worker for troubled adults who has always put the needs of others before herself. However, having just recently turned 60, Bernadette finally wants some ‘me time’. A new garden can give her that well deserved reward. With a budget of only £2000, however, can the team give Bernadette the garden makeover she deserves?

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