A single mum of two in Redditch, Holly's garden has turned into a virtual jungle. Can the intrepid threesome come up with a plan to give this family a safe and fun place to play?
Charlie Dimmock and Harry and David Rich start with a clean slate in Rutland, and come to the aid of Manjinder. She wants to create an interactive and colourful space to pass her love of gardening on to her two small nephews. Can the team make it happen on her small budget?
Charlie Dimmock and the Rich Brothers travel to Andover. Animal-lover Sue would like to share her garden with the hedgehogs who live in the neighbourhood, so which designer will create a space both safe and beautiful?
With two little ones and a home renovation going on, Cardiff couple Nadine and Steve have paid little attention to their spacious garden. Can Charlie and the boys come up with design ideas that blend entertaining spaces and room for growing children?
Music-loving couple Paul and Victoria welcome Charlie and the Rich Brothers to their retro-styled home in Coventry. With an original Anderson Shelter in place and its owners bursting with imagination, this space is ready for a creative makeover.
Charlie and the Rich Brothers meet Arvinder and Yolanda, a couple juggling older parents, twin babies and busy careers. Their garden has fallen into disrepair, so the team heads to south London to make a space where the family can stop and reflect.
In Leicester the team meet Paul, a personal trainer who would like to use his space for clients, as well as for relaxing with friends and family. Can the team give him an all-purpose garden that also takes into consideration his disability?
Charlie Dimmock and the Rich Brothers are tasked with bringing a tropical vibe to a sparse garden in Lincolnshire. Lizzie and Mike want the colours and feel of an island getaway, so which design will they choose?
The team is in Liphook with a challenge on their hands. Anne and Shaun have a big garden, and a daughter who has her own ideas on what makes a perfect outdoor space. Can the Rich brothers save the day, or will Charlie's design suit the family best?
Tracey and Rob's Newport home has it all: dangerous sloped banks, a multi-level space full of wild weeds, overgrown hedges and too many trees. For those brave enough to make it to the top, however, the garden offers a magnificent view.
Charlie and the brothers go head to head to win the right to make over the garden of Christine and Tony, who were shot in a terrorist attack in Tunisia in June 2015. If ever a couple needed the peace and consoling virtues of a garden, it is this one.
Charlie and the Rich brothers are in Northampton at the garden of Theresa and Martyn. The couple have retired and with their children moved out and providing them with grand children, they would like to enjoy a formal cottage garden.
The team are in Aylesbury with Michelle and Alistair. They have a small back garden but they need it to work hard for them providing an entertainment and relaxation space, and somewhere to burn off steam for their two daughters, who both have autism.
The team are in Norwich at the garden of Taj and Rachel, who have been together for nearly four years and have a puppy, and a baby on the way. They would love to challenge the designers to tackle the slope at the bottom of their garden.
Elaine in Lymington loves gardening, but her front garden is out of control, with loads of messy shrubs, an out-of-control conifer and a front door that the postman can't find. Can the team give purpose to the chaotic front space that matches Elaine's own dramatic style?
Roxy and Steve live in Shrewsbury with their young children, but their garden has nothing exciting for children. It's so bad that when their children's nine year-old cousin came round to play, she complained there was nothing to do in the garden.
Sheena and James have saved hard to create their dream garden. The only trouble is, despite being a gardening enthusiast, Sheena has run aground in her efforts to create a garden that is green and tree-filled but also a nod to their coastal area.
Amanda and Lewis have a budget of £3,000 to create their dream garden. The couple have finished furnishing and decorating their first home together, and now they want a garden to match their stylish taste and eye for a sophisticated finish.
In Winchester, Busy doctor Carolyn wants a tranquil spot to help her escape the stresses of her high-pressure job. Her happy place has always been by the beach, so can the team bring a touch of the beach to her back garden?
In Stratford, Simon and Steve want a stylish garden with dramatic twists, suitable for the home town of William Shakespeare. Can the team come up with something that is stylishly modern with hints of Tudor heritage?
Danielle and Andy in Teignmouth have a wonderful opportunity to create a delightful terraced garden in the back of their smart new home. The only problem is, they don't have the green fingers to do their garden justice.
Steve and Alice are after an Ibiza-flavoured outdoor space inspired by Alice's past living abroad. They have a budget of £2,500 and want a garden that will do justice to their new kitchen extension that spills outdoors through large bi-fold doors.
In Stowmarket, Charlie and the Rich brothers have to turn a total concrete jungle into a family-friendly back garden for Jason, Esther, and their kids. The couple have a budget of £3,000 to create a space where they can enjoy sitting out as a family.
The team are in Wolverhampton to visit Bob and Maureen, who have a south-facing garden and are in desperate need of some shade. Maureen has lupus, and she comes out in bad rashes if her skin is exposed to the sun.
Two years ago, Annette moved into her house in Mansfield with her three sons. After doing up the house, she now needs help with the garden, but her £2,500 budget is all the money she has, so the pressure is on the team to deliver.
Emma and Steve have a beautiful home in Hoveringham overlooking the River Trent, but the only trouble is, the house and wonderful view are let down by a disaster of a front garden. They want to have some more privacy without losing the river view.
In Corby, Northamptonshire, the team help Keri and Mark to see if their boring and featureless back garden can be turned into a relaxing and tranquil social space, built around a bar that the couple desire. With a whole garden to make over and a proper bar to build too, it is going to be a diffic...
Sue lost her husband seven years ago, and later lost her mother, making it a difficult and painful period in her life. She has finally settled down in a home in Wallasey that she feels she can start a new life in, and needs a new garden.
Retirees Kate and Derek have downsized to a property in Hagley that works for them in all ways, except for the garden. There are good bones to the space, but the old grey slab patio with its two-foot drop into a gravel seating area is a trip hazard.
82-year-old Anita needs her late husband's much-loved Fallowfield garden revitalised by the team. She would love the garden to be as good as it used to be, and to enjoy her daily evening gin and tonic in the sunshine.