The entire second series of the popular drama. In 'Memory of Water', Rosemary and Laura are called to Lyvedon manor to restore the now derelict wall gardens by the request of the garden's owner Martin Frazer. In 'Orpheus in the Undergrowth', Rosemary and Laura are asked to design a memorial garden based on the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice for an old friend. In 'They Understand Me In Paris', Rosemary and Laura are called to Paris by Rosemary's old friend Dorothy, to catalogue the plants in the 150-year-old gardens at her Riviera Villa (Villa Galavany) in order for them to be opened to the public. In 'The Invisible Worm', Rosemary and Laura are called to Stagford Lodge Prep School to investigate the case of the newly planted roses dying, as well as extending the already planted rose garden. In 'The Gongoozlers', Gavin Patterson's TV Garden Makeover show is in need of a desperate boost of ratings so he hires yachtswoman Quinnie Dorell to present the show. In 'The Italian Rapscallion', Rosemary and Laura travel to Italy to prepare the gardens for Emma Standish's new Italian restaurant but find themselves behind with the work. In 'Swords into Ploughshares', Laura is shocked to hear from a news report that Rosemary has been shot dead whilst investigating a problem of dying plants at Engleton Park. Finally, in 'Up the Garden Path', Rosemary and Laura are called to Rowfield to find out the cause of a mysterious blight, which only seems to affect the plants from gardens competing in the local open day competition.