Monty is in his orchard harvesting his apples in readiness to store them. Monty treats the apple harvest as a process. This is due to the apples ripening over a period of about a month. The ones that get the most sun come first and then the last ones will follow four or five weeks later, so he tends to pick half a dozen times. Also different trees ripen at different times because they're in different groups. Carol Klein explores the intriguing world of the Eupatorium which belongs to Asteraceae, the daisy family. Carol also met up with wildlife expert, Jan Miller who holds a National Collection of Eupatoriums in her garden near Holywell.