Saffron is the most costly spice which is derivate from the stigmas of the saffron flower. It is used in cuisines of different countries and is produced very rarely across the world. The financial returns of growing saffron are much more and one-time investment in sowing gives benefits for several years. Due to the high financial returns, local farmers call it Black Gold. Growers can cultivate it from July to September and flowering will start roughly eight weeks after planting. Saffron is sun-worshipping plants so they love to be planted in the dry open fields rather than in the shade.