This week's Super Garden travels to Wicklow where all five gardens will have their final assessment in historic Powerscourt House with ultimately one taking the title of Super Garden 2014 and a place at Bloom.
Cian's garden is called "Tús Nua" meaning new beginnings. He wants to create a contemporary garden with a Zen twist for the homeowners to have a space to reflect and relax.
Thomas wants to create an edible and medicinal garden, where people look beyond just having pretty flowers. As a stonemason, the hard landscaping will also feature heavily throughout the garden, in the form of a spiral shaped wall, this shape is inspired by nature.
Shirley wants to design an ecological haven in an urban setting while keeping to a strong contemporary garden feel....
Super Garden's youngest contestant Padraig Kelly sets about creating a garden for the Gilbey family in Drogheda...
In the first programme fashion designer Emma Jane, is taking on the challenge, by designing her first ever garden for an engaged couple in Dublin...
Oisin will be creating his Supergarden in the back garden of Paul Keane and Lorraine Madden. The owners of this property want a space which is both relaxing, exciting and child friendly...
In episode 2 of Supergarden, Galway based designer Nathan Nokes wants to create a sea side garden in a small semi-detached back garden in Loughrea....
Lisa will be creating her Supergarden in the back garden of Alison Cregan and Alan Byrnes in Co.Limerick. The couple are looking for a garden that's low maintenance, contemporary and classical, so designer Lisa McKnight plans to impress with an architecturally impressive combination of garden rooms, complete with romantic planting and original designer furnishings such as a love seat and garden pavilion.....
In episode 4 of Super Garden, Declan McKenna from Monaghan embarks on huge transformation, as he turns a simple green grass garden into a contemporary Chinese oasis....
In episode 5 of Super Garden, Amelia Raben from Kildare embarks on a mission to turn one couple's garden into two spaces - a kitchen (for vegetables) and an outdoor Mediterranean dining room. A farm to fork garden with a contemporary twist...
Mary O'Neill - Moloney is given the task of creating a garden for Sharon Mahon who thinks her garden is currently a soulless place and would love to be able to see colour, life and growth and have somewhere she can potter in.
Anne Byrne creates a child-friendly daisy-themed garden in Moycullen for a couple with their second baby on the way.
This week's Super Garden designer is challenged to create a little piece of Connemara in a Co Meath family garden.
Jack-of-all-trades Benny Maguire designs a garden for a Glasnevin couple looking to entertain friends and grow vegetables
A designer with background in architecture is challenged to create a garden for a Sligo family where they can relax, entertain and rehouse their beloved bunnies!
The day of the grand final has come. Who will be the winner of Super Garden and take their garden to Bloom 2012?
Kevin McCormack is given the task of creating a garden for dental student Caroline Byrne who is from Palmerstown. Caroline really wanted a garden that she can enjoy, rather than a full-time gardening project, is Kevin up to the task of create the garden that Caroline is looking for?
When designing for this garden, PadraigĂn has incorporated elements which will draw on the skills and talents of craftspeople she knows. Her garden will include ancient traditions such as thatching and stone carving, as well as willow weaving. PadraigĂn will also have help in the form of Transition Year students from the local secondary school where she teaches.
Designer Paul Gallaher believes the client is king, and his number one priority in designing a garden for Rachel, Gary and Layla is to incorporate as many of their desired features as possible. This will mean including a lawn for Layla, an outdoor eating and entertaining space, as well as a sense of relaxation, all within a simple and uncluttered design. Can Paul achieve all his clients' desires and still complete the garden on time & on budget?
To realise the couple's dream garden, Mary's garden marries woodland planting with curved lines and colour. The garden will feature a central circular lawn, a paved patio area, an artist's studio and a unique "bubble wall". The design will give the garden an encompassing, peaceful feeling which is sure to inspire Kate's creativity.
Ken's unique design centres on a shipping container; not something you would typically find in a garden! His design will use the container as an outdoor room to create the sociable atmosphere that Fiona and Sonya are looking for, and his garden will also feature other reclaimed or recycled materials. Will Ken be able to create the garden that the judges are looking for, however, or will they feel like they are visiting a salvage yard?
The gardens are completed. The judges have met all five designers in their gardens. The pressure is now firmly on the shoulders of the three judges: Tim Austen, professional garden designer & Bloom Gold Medal Winner, Paddy Gleeson, horticultural expert and the head judge, Gary Graham, Project Manager of Bloom. Having seen all five gardens they must now decide on a winner.
Eimear McDonnell is given the task of creating a sun garden in Mullingar for The Kubath Family. Eimear has a completely blank canvas to work with but will she be able to handle the heat and create the dream garden that the owners are looking for?
This week Navan man James McConnell, is given just 5 weeks and a budget of €6000 to transform a garden in Clontarf - so it suits the needs of both the home-owner and his 10 ducks.
Agata has just five weeks and a budget of just €6,000 to design a statement garden that reflects the home-owners personality but also meets the needs of Marley, their golden Labrador.
47-year-old Padraig O'Loughlin, a Garda, a qualified carpenter and draftsman, and a keen artist creates gardens as a hobby.
Fiachra Flannery has always been interested in garden design, and won a competition to help Diarmuid Gavin build his award winning garden at Chelsea 2005.
The gardens are completed. The judges have met all five designers in their gardens. The pressure is now firmly on the shoulders of the three judges: Tim Austen, professional garden designer and Bloom Gold Medal Winner, Paddy Gleeson, horticultural expert and the head judge, Gary Graham, Project Manager of Bloom. Having seen all five gardens they must now decide on a winner.