• Crocus sativus, Kesar, Saffron is a stunning flower that is primarily grown in Kashmir, India. Native to Southwest Asia, saffron has been the most costly spice in the world by weight for decades.
  • Five to eleven short, nearly vertical green leaves, reaching a maximum length of 40 cm, emerge from the ground following a summer hibernation period.
  • Crocus flower stigmas are manually collected, dried, and utilized to make the renowned saffron. In biryani, saffron was traditionally used to tint the rice.

Uses of Crocus Sativus for Ornamentals:

  • The crocus plant is cultivated for aesthetic purposes.
  • Plant in clusters to create a breathtaking display in your yard.


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