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Monty Don works with amateur gardeners up and down the country to transform their spaces.
Monty helps a newly-engaged Salisbury couple transform their garden into a space that will produce flowers for their wedding. He also tackles an overgrown allotment, which is being turned into a bee-keeping site.
Monty helps a young couple turn their back space into a ideal place for their Victorian-inspired plant collection, with a hi-tech twist. Also a ambitious garden makeover dedicated to a lady's mum.
In Bromley, Mei an and Gerard have ambitious plans to turn their garden into a Japanese paradise. However with a tight budget becoming tighter, will Monty be able to help them finish their Eastern garden. Elsewhere in Stoke, artists Anna and Andrew want to transform their concrete yard into a haven of transqulity.
In this episode, Monty travels to Pewsey to visit a former army officer Sally who has a tarmac and rubble-covered area that she wants to convert into a wildlife-friendly haven.
Monty Don helps a couple in Worthing who want a family garden for their young son who has Down syndrome. Also in Hitchin, Hertfordshire Monty offers advice to Aletheia who wants to create a community garden for her neighbourhood.
Monty Don helps gardeners transform their outdoor spaces. In Teddington, Jennifer enlists the help of her sisters to create an Italian-themed garden in memory of their parents. She has great ideas and a budget to match, but growing citrus trees, olive trees and vines in a leafy London suburb is easier said than done. Will Monty be able to guide the sisters to a Mediterranean style success? Meanwhile in Billericay, Monty offers advice to Karensa who wants to turn an unkempt strip of back garden into a fantasy for her daughter, inspired by Lewis Carol's Alice in Wonderland. With a tiny budget but plenty of enthusiasm, she wants to create a chessboard patio, a heart-shaped lawn and a teapot water feature.
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