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Garden Rescue season 5 episodes list:
Charlie Dimmock and Harry and David Rich come up with new designs for a Hampshire garden, and must please both owners by incorporating a Greek design and an outdoor model railway.
The team create a £5000 garden mixing a Victorian past with modern style and bold style and colours for opera singer Catherine in Shrewsbury.
Scots Kevin and Yvonne relocated to Newbury for his job. While they like the area, they are not happy with their garden. It is bland, boring and devoid of interesting features. They want something colourful, inspiring and inviting to the birds they both love. They would also like a touch of the exotic, as a reminder of a brief spell living in Brazil. Due to arthritis in her hip, Yvonne is not able to create the garden herself, so she has called in the Rich brothers and Arit Anderson to work their magic.
Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers visit Ellesmere Port, where Rachael, Lyndsey and daughter Missy-Mae want a garden to match their fun-loving personalities.
Arit Anderson and the Rich brothers create a garden in Thatcham, Berkshire, for widower Lee, who wants a space where his children can have fun and play, but also remember their mum.
Charlie Dimmock and Chelsea gold medal-winners Harry and David Rich come up with plans for a garden in Loughborough with unsafe paving and a cherry tree with troublesome roots.
Charlie Dimmock and Harry and David Rich create a colourful, exotic sculpture garden in a home in Llandrindod Wells for Lynn and Bill.
A Letchworth couple receive a surprise £4,500 garden makeover as a thank you from their son - a challenge that Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers find difficult to resist.
Retired couple David and Joyce's back garden in their home outside Gloucester looks more like an allotment than a garden. David is a dedicated vegetable grower and for Joyce, that means there's nowhere shady or pretty to sit and enjoy the garden. Meanwhile, David's increasing back and knee problems mean he is struggling to keep up its maintenance. Charlie Dimmock and Harry and David Rich set out to make the garden both prettier and more user friendly, all within a £3,000 budget.
Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers head to in Trowbridge, Wiltshire, to help Jacqui and Yung, who have never had time to fix up the tired garden of their new home.
A single mother in Royal Wootton Bassett wants a garden suitable for entertaining friends, but that also provides a showcase for her prized collection of garden gnomes.
Arit Anderson and the Rich brothers have a budget of £5,000 to create a sensory garden in Luton for a fun, outdoor loving family with special needs.
In Christchurch, Dorset, Charlie and the Rich brothers have a £3,000 budget to turn a young family's ugly concrete space into a beautiful, colourful garden that promotes recycling.
Anu and Ash live in Coventry with their cat Quinn, where their garden is currently a new build blank canvas divided into two cramped tiers. The couple want to turn it into a pet-friendly delight, inspired by the gardens and countryside they fell in love with on holidays in Tuscany, Italy. They want lots of interest for Quinn and a large inviting patio where they can entertain their friends and family. Arit Anderson and Charlie Dimmock have a £3,500 budget to make the couple's dreams come true.
Anu and Ash live in Coventry with their cat Quinn. Their garden is currently a new-build blank canvas, divided into two cramped tiers, but the couple want to turn it into a pet-friendly delight, inspired by the gardens and countryside they fell in love with on holidays in Tuscany. They want lots of interesting things for Quinn and a large, inviting patio where they can entertain their friends and family. Arit Anderson and Charlie Dimmock have a £3,500 budget to make the couple’s dreams come true.
Jason and Emily fell in love with their 18th-century barn conversion in Bristol when house hunting last year, but the survey said they had to take out all the leylandii and conifers in the garden as they threatened the house’s foundations. Now the pair have an ugly, empty raised area that needs rescuing, along with a blank lawn. It’s far from the bohemian fairy garden Emily wants. With a £3,500 budget, can Charlie and the Rich brothers wave their magic wand and make Emily’s dream come true?
Charlie Dimmock and Chelsea gold medal-winners Harry and David Rich try to breathe life into a concrete courtyard in Greater Manchester. Nick and Dinah want cottage plants, vegetable beds and room for family meals.
Charlie Dimmock and Harry and David Rich meet single mum Louise, who is hoping for somewhere to grow food and her two children to indulge in their hobbies of chess and gymnastics.
Charlie Dimmock and Harry and David Rich help the Rev Karen and husband Colin, who have £6,000 to turn their oddly-shaped and weed-filled garden in Romsey into an Italian retreat.
Charlie Dimmock and Harry and David Rich transform a garden with a dated patio into a modern, tranquil outdoor space for Amy and Kiran in Slough.
The Rich brothers and Arit Anderson try to bring an Alpine-cum-Oktoberfest element to a couple's garden in Chesham, Buckinghamshire, to give Munich-born wife Lisa a taste of home.
Joanna, Robert and their son Morgan have just moved into their brand-new house in Wrexham. On finding the prospect of sorting out the bare garden quite daunting they call upon Charlie Dimmock and Harry and David Rich to help clear the builder's rubble and provide some ideas. The family has a £6,500 budget to create a garden from scratch that delivers a real `wow' factor, incorporating dramatic planting, big architectural features and a swanky hot tub area.
Charlie Dimmock and Arit Anderson meet Esme and Richard, who live in Rugby with their seven pets and want an English country garden with areas for the animals and an outdoor cinema.
The team tries to transform a Reading garden to make it safe for children - despite the fact that no landscaper has been willing to take on the broken slate and rotten decking.