Saffron Exporting Gohar Naz
The saffron is a plant called the Crocus Sativus of the Iridaceae family, a perennial herb, with small onions, almost spherical and covered with brown membranes. This plant is native to different parts of Asia, especially southwest Asia, southern Europe and southern Spain.
In the months of September to Azargol, there appear to be one to three numbers on the altar. The flowers are purple and have 6 leaves of leaves. The part of the plant used in the name of saffron in the market is the end of the cream and the flower of the flower (pistil), which is red in orange.