As we slide into autumn, the hot garden is still looking really good but it is the miscanthus flowers that has really caught Monty's eye. These grasses show that they have flowers that hold their own with anything else around them. Carol Klein also visited RHS Rosemoor to get seasonal inspiration from their extensive sedum collection, all nestled within the stunning borders in the garden. Sedums take their name from the Latin sedere - to sit - and that's precisely what it does. Carol also meets Team Leader, David Squire who has been working at Rosemoor for the last 25 years and has got to know the sedums intimately. Joe Swift paid a visit to a RHS Partner Garden, Scampston Hall in North Yorkshire to find out how a ten year experiment in naturalistic planting, by garden designer Piet Oudolf is shaping up. Joe spoke to Lady Caroline Hegard, who along with her husband Charles, commissioned Piet Oudolf to design the garden and to Paul Smith, the Head Gardener, who maintains the garden currently.