It's a tasty and nutritious delight!
Irrespective of its origins, Scottish legend has it that the original haggis was an animal.
Pruning back means that the plant can use its energy where most needed — its root system.
Roses, of all kinds, should receive morning or afternoon sunlight for at least six hours each day for them to do well.
Serve hot, accompanied by rice, mashed potatoes, with spaghetti, hot naan/chapatti or on hot, buttered toast.
Sun-drying is hard work but well worth the effort and the results are delicious.