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Did you ever think about growing your own saffron? Learn how here. (25 Saffron Crocus Bulbs-Rare Spice-Crocus Sativus)

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Saffron tea beneficial for overcoming depression, anti-cancer properties, menstrual relief, reduces stomach pain, heart disease.

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Harvesting Saffron Crocus – When And How To Harvest Saffron

Saffron Harvest Info: How And When To Pick Saffron - A native of southern Europe and Asia, the saffron crocus is unique among the 75 other crocus species. Its formal name of Crocus sativus is derived from the Latin meaning “cultivated.” Indeed, it has a long history of cultivation dating back to its use by Egyptian physicians in 1600 BC for medicinal purposes. Let’s learn more about saffron crocus harvesting and its uses today.

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Saffron Crocus or Crocus sativus is a hardy crocus that flowers in the autumn and in mid-April becomes dormant once the foliage has died back. And, as the name suggests, Saffron Crocus is the plant from which we collect saffron, that most rare and expensive of spices. A sheltered, warm, sunny position is required and […]

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Saffron is the spice derived from the vivid crimson/orange 3 stigmas of Crocus sativus. At about $1,000 lb, an average pound contains about 50,000 flowers...all harvested by hand.

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The flower of Saffron Crocus [Crocus sativus] is large and showy. The three pronged style and stigmata are an exceptional feature of this flower and the source of saffron spice.

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Saffron is obtained from the saffron crocus, a flower that has lilac coloured petals..... all about saffron

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Saffron

Started working with Saffron this weekend! I’m going to post two recipes I’ve adapted from others I have researched and of course, made healthier and gluten/dairy free.  So far I’…

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