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June 29, 2013

love your garden s03.

Ep01 - Alan Titchmarsh and his team return with a new series of the gardening show, which helps people create their dream outdoor space. In this episode he comes to the rescue of a fellow gardener and his family in Hurst Green as they cope with a life-threatening illness.



Ep02 - Alan Titchmarsh is in Cambridge to help transform the garden of a mother whose son requires round the clock care. Alan has an idea to bring some sun to the place and visits a garden in Chelmsford where the owner has recreated a Caribbean beach. Back in Cambridge the team decide to bring the Mediterranean to the UK.

Ep03 - Alan and the team attempt to help a mum who has to care for her seriously ill son while coping with her own debilitating illness turn her small city garden into the ultimate outdoor space. Alan's plan is to make the garden seem larger by laying it out on the diagonal and to use level changes and straight lines to emphasise more space. Landscaping expert David Domoney lays a new patio across the garden, leading down to a sunken seating area. Alan wants to replace the old garage with a sanctuary for the kids, but first permission must be obtained from the headmistress of the adjacent school. As the family return, the garden has been transformed - but will it meet all of their requirements?

Ep04 - This week, Alan Titchmarsh and his team come to the aid of a Falklands veteran and his wife who need help turning their barren back garden into a planting paradise. Having joined the army aged 15, John Phillips went on to become a bomb disposal expert with the Royal Engineers. Now retired, he and his wife have moved to a bungalow in Woking to be near one of their children, but the task of overhauling their desolate garden is beyond them. With the help of the team, Alan delivers some colour, a new greenhouse and a seating area in a cosy corner from where the couple can see the garden's new focal point - a piece of Falkland rock donated and delivered by the Royal Engineers.

Ep05 - Alan Titchmarsh and his team of helpers transform a bare and unwelcoming outdoor space into a wildlife-filled paradise. Rhyanne Nixon has motor neurone disease and is confined to a wheelchair. As the team get to work, Alan envisages a wildlife-friendly environment centred around a large new pond, and filling it with water is David Domoney's first challenge. Katie Rushworth and Frances Tophill are looking after the planting as they create borders filled with Rhyanne's favourite flowers and smells. On her return, will the garden be everything she hoped for?

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