The wide range of temperature fluctuation in different parts of the country and the multiplicity of climatic zones, make it possible to cultivate a diverse variety of crops, including cereals (like wheat, barley, rice, and corn), fruits (like dates, figs, pomegranates, melons, and grapes), vegetables, cotton, sugar beets and sugarcane, pistachios, nuts, olives, saffron, raisin, tea, tobacco, berbers and herbs.
More than 2,000 plant species are grown in Iran; only 100 of which are being used in pharmaceutical industries.
Also, Iran due to its special weather, which is four seasons, is able to export all kinds flowers in all seasons. The land covered by Iran’s natural flora is four times that of Europe.
Iran ranks 1st in fruit production in the Middle East and North Africa. 2.7 million hectares of orchards are being harvested in Iran with an annual production of 16.5 million tons in 2015.
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