It has all the ingredients of village life: neighbourly co-operation, the sort of community spirit that gets things done, sweet-scented roses, freshly baked scones, serious fundraising for charity and a healthy sprinkling of politely disguised rivalry.
Iain Morrison started gardening at the age of 11, when his father gave him the task of looking after the vegetable patch on the family farm, Mains of Doune. His life is now dominated by gardening. Apart from running his garden design and maintenance business, he has fallen heir to the task of persuading people to open up their back yards to public view next weekend.
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