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September 23, 2019

Garden Rescue s04e26-30.

S04E26: St Albans

With a budget of £4,000, newly married Maltese couple Bernard and Cecilia want a beautiful garden that marries their British and Maltese lives. As well as hints of both Mediterranean planting and a classic English country garden, they also want the space to be able to grow food and herbs for their kitchen. They are keen veg growers and already own an allotment, but this garden can’t just be an extension of their allotment - it also has to work as a social space for entertaining friends, and as a family garden as they have a new baby. As Harry says, there’s a lot to pack in.

S04E27: Newport
In this episode, Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers, Harry and David, are in Newport in Wales to tackle Deep’s garden. Their brief is to create a colourful, tranquil space for this spiritual woman who wants to be able to grow herbs for her catering business and practice her love of both art and meditation. Welsh lads Harry and David can’t resist the call of home either. With a £3,000 budget saved from Deep's NHS job, the designers don’t have a lot of money to play with, but as always they do have their amazing imaginations and creativity and their trusted team of hard working landscapers. But will Deep go for Charlie’s mini waterfall, cottage planting and tiny greenhouse? Or will it be the brothers’ low hedges, raised veg beds and seating area that take her fancy?

S04E28: Leeds
The Garden Rescue team are in Leeds to help Neil and his flat mate Jack, who feel they are young people trapped in an old people’s garden! Instead of the boring square of lawn they currently have, they want a party garden where socialising, cooking and drinking are as important – if not more important – than the planting. So the pressure is on to come up with a design that does justice to their £4,000 budget and also fulfils the brief for an atmospheric, party garden. As ever, the two design teams go head to head to win the right to build the guys' garden. But will Neil and Jack choose the Rich brothers' design, including a floating wood-slatted walkway, bamboo planting and a chill out zone built around a fire bowl, or Charlie Dimmock's plan for a festival lighting gantry, built-in seating and tropical planting?

S04E29: Shoreham-by-Sea
In Shoreham-by-Sea, Pat and Jeremy need help turning their boring square garden into a place of Mediterranean beauty and quiet contemplation. It’s an exciting challenge for the Garden Rescue team of the Rich brothers, Harry and David, and Arit Anderson, who will have a hefty £5,000 budget to play with. But will Pat and Jeremy choose the brothers' secluded retreat with its structured hedges, cobbled courtyards and statement water feature? Or will they go for Arit’s mindful art garden, with a central pergola, raised beds and peaceful reading area? And when they open their eyes to see their new garden for the first time, will they be transported back to the northern Italian villages they love?

S04E30: West Bromwich
The Garden Rescue team are in West Brom, to help Pauline create a beautiful retreat for her new home. At the moment, the garden is a total disaster – full of weeds and random bits of old broken junk. Making the task even harder, Pauline has bad hay fever, so part of the brief is to try to reduce the amount of pollen-creating plants that they put in. And they also need to make this garden wheelchair friendly for Pauline’s mum, who visits regularly. Between the weeds, the wheelchair access and the need to control pollen, this would be a hard enough challenge at the best of times, but with a budget of just £2,500, it is really going to be a test of creativity for David, Harry and Charlie.

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