Join Iwan and Sioned Edwards at their beautiful garden in Pont-y-Tŵr to learn some of their gardening secrets.
Follow Meinir Gwilym as she'll be showing us how to make the most of our gardens.
Iwan uses fresh produce from the garden to prepare a meal for the last programme of the series.
Meinir visits Ken and Alison to transform a part of their garden.
Iwan has created a living roof on top of the summer house to try and attract butterflies and moths.
No soil? No sun? No problem! Meinir shows us how we can grow plants in the smallest of spaces, no matter which way the garden faces.
Iwan harvests early spring onions to make a seasonal soup.
Iwan wanted to make something different instead of a crumble, so he makes rhubarb pickle.
Emma, the chef at Hawarden Estate bakes pumpkin flapjacks for Sioned and Amy.
Cynan Jones joins Iwan to cook foraged mushrooms with broad bean puree.
Iwan shows us how to make damson gin - perfect for giving as Christmas gifts.
Non shows Meinir how to make fuchsia jelly.
Iwan shows us how to carefully prune an ornamental cherry tree.
Sioned transforms a small corner in a garden in Grangetown.
Iwan shows us how to use up those extra cucumbers to make pickle.
Iwan shows us how to make basil ice cream and raspberry coulis.
Meinir helps Sioned plant a few flowers in the Pont Y Tŵr garden.
Sioned helps transform a small garden in Caernarfon.
Iwan helps Natalie and Richard in their garden in Rhiwbeina.
Meinir creates a seasonal elderflower cordial.
Dylan and Nia got in touch with us as they wanted more colour in the front garden.
Sioned shows us how to recreate Meinir's rockery on an even smaller scale.
Iona got in touch with the team to try and bring some more interest and colour to her border in the garden.
Sioned gives Meinir some tips on how to photograph the family out in the garden.