Crocus Sativus, commonly known as Saffron, is a perennial plant which grows up-to 20-30 cm. It bears a maximum of four flowers. Each of these blossoms are gifted with three detailed crimson stigmas, which form at the distal end of the carpel. The dried stigmas, along with styles and stalks, are immensely used as colouring and seasoning agents. Native to Greece and South West Asia, Saffron is mostly harvested in Greece and Iran. Most of the areas where saffron is cultivated are dry, with scanty rainfalls, thus requiring irrigation. But, nonetheless, Saffron plant survives any kind of extremity in climatic conditions.