Iranian women pick up saffron flowers at a field


Iranian women pick up saffron flowers at a field in Khorasan province of northeastern Iran on November 11, 2018.

Iranian women pick up saffron flowers at a field in Khorasan province of northeastern Iran on November 11, 2018. – The delicate purple leaves of the Crocus sativus plant hold just three or four of the even more delicate red stamen, better known as saffron, that sprouts for just 10 days a year. These tiny filaments are currently selling in local markets for 90 million rials per kilo — about $700 on Iran’s volatile exchanges — and perhaps four times higher abroad. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

– The delicate purple leaves of the Crocus sativus plant hold just three or four of the even more delicate red stamen, better known as saffron, that sprouts for just 10 days a year. These tiny filaments are currently selling in local markets for 90 million rials per kilo — about $700 on Iran’s volatile exchanges — and perhaps four times higher abroad. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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