Alan attempts to help a fellow gardener and his family in Hurst Green, East Sussex, as they attempt to cope with a life threatening illness.
Alan and the team attempt to makeover the garden of a young mother whose son requires round the clock care in Cambridgeshire.
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 and the team attempt to help a woman living in Gloucestershire who has spent her life looking after others.
Alan and the team help a Falklands veteran and his wife transform their barren plot in Woking into a garden paradise.
Alan and the team attempt to help Rhyanne Nixon who has been confined to a wheelchair by Motor Neurone Disease. She and her family have recently moved into a bungalow where the garden is dominated by a large wooden viewing platform that she cannot access.
Alan and the team face their most difficult challenge yet as they attempt to makeover the smallest garden they’ve ever worked on for a family coping with a very rare condition. Lou and Andy Webb have two young children who are affected by a genetic condition that severely restricts their eyesight.
Alan and the team makeover the Cumbrian garden of the Pyne family, who lost their daughter Alice to cancer in January this year.