The team sorts out the garden of a Sheffield resident while she's away at her mother's in Kent; the result is a huge area of water spanning the garden, complete with beach and sunbathing decks.
The team are in Dorchester sorting out a garden for a family with young triplets, making a new path and patio, and creating beds full of plants and a play area.
A private area within a government-owned house.
A mother receives a relaxing, child-friendly garden.
Twin brothers surprise their mother with a country garden.
A wheelchair friendly garden.
A man surprises his family with a shed and garden.
Children surprise their pastor father.
An elderly grandmother receives a low-maintenance garden.
Sisters' adjoining gardens.
A garden in Truro receives attention from Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh.
Three grown up daughters plan a new garden at their family home while their parents are away celebrating their father's 60th birthday.
The team is in Poplar, east London to link the gardens of two neighbors, who are also sisters, together using a new gate.
The team heads to Italy to create a secret garden for the Anglican minister of Rome.
The team transforms a tiny garden plot into an intricate horticultural tapestry.
The Ground Force team work their magic in Longney Gloucestershire.
A garden is created for a couple whose garden backs onto the famous TT motorcycle racecourse, with guaranteed front row seats with a two tiered viewing platform.
The team creates a garden in Buckinghamshire with a living willow arbour and a purple-draped pavilion.
Adding a veranda and a water feature to a residential caravan site.
An English cottage garden is created, with a few Romanian touches sprinkled in to please the owner. Host: Alan Titchmarsh.
The team transforms a garden for the residents of the Willow retirement home in Chesham, Buckinghamshire.
Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh revisit gospel singer Louise, one year on from her explosive return to the garden they transformed.
Tommy undertakes a mammoth decking project which has to be built on a steep incline; Charlie gets stuck in to the planting; Alan has a panic on his hands when vital components are thrown into the skip.
The team creates a Mediterranean-style space using olive trees and potted palms on one of the Channel Islands.
The team installs a rabbit hutch, a summer house and a water feature in an area previously filled with rubble.
The team transforms a communal yard into a terrace filled with tropical plants that is perfect for entertaining guests.
The team transforms a garden for children to enjoy at an East London community center.
A neglected riverside spot in Bournemouth is transformed into a fisherman's paradise.
A back garden on an Edinburgh estate, given a rocky spring and decking, has let in a lot of water in the two years since the team worked on it.
The team visits a drop-in center in Northampton to create a garden-performance area. Host: Alan Titchmarsh.
The garden makeover team revisits previous projects to see how they have fared; two years after the team put up a totem pole in the garden of an organic dairy farmer, it returns to find the family is moving on.
The team installs a series of waterfalls in a sloping garden; two gardeners nearly come to blows. Host: Alan Titchmarsh.
Garden experts add a cliff-side wall, Canadian driftwood and a hammock to a garden overlooking Cornwall's Portmellon Bay.
A quaint cottage garden with box hedges, climbers and stone paving replaces a messy backyard in Churchdown.
The team attempts to build a stream and lay a patio on a site near Aberdeen.
The team surprises a busy nurse with a lovely garden, complete with a pond and gazebo. Host: Alan Titchmarsh.
A Dartmoor resident sees a flower garden bloom with the addition of a woodshed, raised beds, wattle screens and a water feature.
South Wales: Pergolas, brick paving and water transform a corner patio.
In South Wales, the team transforms a small corner patio. Host: Alan Titchmarsh.
The task is to create a garden to which all member of the family have access; the plot is divided into three sections using bamboo screens; making a playhouse for the children, a decking area for the adults and a sandpit for the dog.
In Southampton, a garden plot is divided into three parts using bamboo screens. Host: Alan Titchmarsh.
The team tackles a seaside garden on Walney Island, which is known for its wild weather. Host: Alan Titchmarsh.
Dressing up a seaside garden on Walney Island.
A cottage garden in the Yorkshire Dales for a retired headmistress.
The team creates a wheelchair-accessible garden in Locklease, Bristol.
The team springs a wedding surprise on a garden crazy Essex girl.
A wedding surprise for a garden-crazy woman in Blackhurst Hill, Essex.
The team transforms St. Hilda's churchyard in Prestwich, Manchester, into a haven for Father Croft and his congregation.
The team tackles a neglected back garden in Whitford. Host: Alan Titchmarsh.
A long, thin garden in Wood Green, North London. Host: Alan Titchmarsh.
A team of garden experts travel to Lurgan in Northern Ireland.
A team of garden experts create a feng shui garden behind a Torquay house.
The team alters a small garden, installing raised beds in order to make gardening easier for an elderly woman.
The team takes a trip to Saltash to fix the front garden of nuclear submarine chef.
The team travels to Rainham in Kent to assist a husband who wants to surprise his wife with a front garden.
The team travels to Pudsey in Yorkshire to create a garden for the young at heart. Host: Alan Titchmarsh.
In Edmonton, the team duplicates North Africa for a family from Morocco, using sand, hot planting and paving stones.
The team creates a mock-seaside pier, dock and garden in Leatherhead.
In their most ambitious project so far, the team transforms a large patch of clay in Newport into an ultra modern garden with a pier, bandstand, canal, fountain and sculpture.
A rubbish-filled garden is transformed with the help of the local Warwick police station. Host: Alan Titchmarsh.
The team tries to create a garden on site covered in concrete.
The team creates a garden on the grounds of the Bromley Fire Station.
The team transforms a paved back yard in Bristol into a garden.
The team converts a demolished garage site into an outdoor dining area.
Gardeners convert a strip of land in Northwood into a series of stylish garden rooms. Host: Alan Titchmarsh.
Alan is joined by Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh as they transform a paved back yard into a family garden complete with decking, gazebo and sand pit.
Garden experts create a racetrack garden for a 14-year-old in a wheelchair on the Isle of Wight. Host: Alan Titchmarsh.
Gardening experts transform a small suburban garden in West Wickham.
A team of garden experts travel to St. Hilda's Parish Church in Manchester, England. Host: Alan Titchmarsh.
A team of garden experts travel to Milton Keynes. Host: Alan Titchmarsh.
Gardeners transform a weedy patch into a seashore gravel garden.
A team of garden experts travel to Petworth. Host: Alan Titchmarsh.
The team builds a colonial-style summerhouse for a tropical garden.
A team of experts surprise a Norfolk woman with the wildlife garden of her dreams. Host: Alan Titchmarsh.
A humorous look at the first four seasons, including outtakes and Tommy Walsh and Charlie Dimmock's screen tests.
The team takes a special trip to South Africa to transform some sparse farmland into a lush garden for Nelson Mandela's new home.
A look at how the team's garden makeovers have fared since their departure; Alan, Charlie and Tommy return to the Yorkshire garden of a retired headmistress.
The team return to a house in Cambridge where, a year earlier, they tackled a rubble-filled space and installed a rabbit hutch.
The team revisits Lurgan where they created the ultimate football fan's garden, complete with corner grandstand.
Charlie and Tommy return to a garden they made for a wheelchair user.
The team checks up on a seaside garden.
Charlie and Tommy check on a garden the team created a year ago.
A dream garden, complete with contemporary pond and blue gazebo.