Alan and the team are in Walsall to surprise a young widow called Nina Perrin Seedhouse and her three children as they give her garden a makeover.
Alan and the team are in Moorland in Somerset an area devastated by the floods back in 2014. Sheila and Alex Colquhoun were getting ready to retire in 2014 but instead they suffered one of the worst years of their lives. Sheila was diagnosed with breast cancer and after returning home from hospital to recuperate, she woke up to discover their home knee deep in flood water.
Alan and team create a spectacular contemporary garden for a war hero and his young family who are living in rural Cornwall.
Alan and the team are in Chessington to create a car themed garden with some of the most inventive features they’ve ever created for an unlikely hero, hospital worker and vintage car enthusiast Alan Rendall.
The team make over another garden.
Alan and the team make their way to Hull to transform a garden belonging to Maggie Simkiss. Maggie is a Macmillan nurse, for whom helping others is simply a way of life.
Alan and the team make their way to Wiveliscombe in the South West where they surprise a couple of real Golden Girls called Roberta and Enid with a garden makeover.
Alan and the team are in Dorset where they attempt to design an exciting garden for a young family coping with a terminal illness. Rachel met Dorset farm worker Andrew out clubbing six years ago and became an item instantly. Andrew was given the shock diagnosis of bowel cancer and the couple postponed their wedding so that Andrew could have treatment and they faced the possibility that they might not be able to have children. They managed to have a son called Lucas though but another wedding had to be postponed. Andrew learned that his condition was terminal last October and the first thing on his bucket list was to finally marry Rachel which he did in January.
Alan and the team attempt to transform a blank outside space at Keech hospice in Luton into a beautiful wildlife garden.