Garden Rescue episode 38 2019: the Garden Rescue team are in Harborne, south-west Birmingham, to help Thomas and Kate. The couple are both retired and have vowed to create their dream garden now their four children have grown up and left home and the lawn in no longer the scene of endless football and rugby matches. But it is too big of a job for them to tackle, so they have turned to Garden Rescue for the help they need to see their garden come to life.
Garden Rescue episode 38 2019
They have a budget of £4,500 and have a few specific ideas to get the team thinking. The sun moves through the couple’s garden as the day goes on, and Tom would like to reflect this by splitting the garden into different sections for different times of the day. One of those sections, at the end of the garden, Thomas wants to turn into a cool campsite style hang out, with a fire pit and wooden log benches, to reflect his lifelong love of the Scouts, while Kate’s main wish is for a ‘wiggly’ path to run through the garden. Can the Garden Rescue team turn this tired, plain garden into somewhere classy and fit for their retirement? The team, Arit Anderson and the Rich brothers, David and Harry, all head to Harborne to visit Tom and Kate and are soon enthusing about the job and helping this lovely couple.
As ever, the Rich Brothers and Arit go head to head to create the perfect garden design for Thomas and Kate, but who will win – will Kate and Tom be swayed by the Rich brothers’ design, with its woodland planting and enclosed “outdoor room” inspired by Tom’s Scouting history? Or will Arit’s design with a meandering pathway, two connecting circular lawns and colourful planting scheme win them over? The decision is, as ever, with Tom and Kate. More importantly, can the three gardeners, with the help of their regular landscape team, successfully deliver the couple’s chosen garden before the sun sets? And will they earn their garden makeover Scouts badge at the end?