In Brighton, Elizabeth has moved into her aunt’s old home, but the much-loved family house has a much less lovely garden – it’s nothing but a paved-over blank square.
In Brighton, Elizabeth has moved into her aunt’s old home, but while she’s delighted to be living in a house that has been in the family for decades, she’s not so happy about the garden her aunt left behind. It’s nothing but a paved-over blank square. In fact, there’s so much concrete that the bird table even has chunks of concrete on it! Elizabeth has called in Garden Rescue to create a city garden full of colour and plants - a place for her to grow veg, for her beloved dog to nosey around, and for the birds to feel welcome again. Will she choose Charlie Dimmock's design for a garden with an awning-covered wooden deck and a perfect lawn, or the Rich brothers’ courtyard space complete with large, tranquil water feature and bound-gravel paths?