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“But there is gold in La Mancha's fields—or rather, purple gold—in the form of a plant called Crocus sativus , the saffron crocus.”
“Ultraviolet induced photodegradation of cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) microsomal and soluble protein tryptophanyl residues in vitro.”
“The saffron crocus, C. sativus is just barely peaking up out of the ground, quite later than last year.”
“Some Crocus sativus bulbs I ordered who knows when recently arrived–very exciting to have two fall blooming types!”
“Saffron are stigmas from the crocus sativus flower, which are hand harvested, making this spice quite expensive.”
“Saffron is the stigma of Crocus sativus, a flowering plant in the crocus family.”
“Unlike the C. sativus, whose leaves show at the same time as the flowers,the leaves of C. speciosus pop out later, as the flowers fade.”
“Last year a dozen Crocus sativus, the saffron crocus, were ordered from High Country Gardens and promptly planted when they arrived on September 21.”
“We split the eggplant parmesan, thanks for lunch, Gail, and brought home some sauteed veggies to add to the orzo side dish made with the saffron we had collected from the Crocus sativus mentioned above.”
“The stigmas of these are eye catching but do not have the cache of the C. sativus.”
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