Cempasúchil 'Flower of the Dead' season begins
The growing season for the Cempasúchil, also known as the flower of the Day of the Dead, has begun. The flower is used in traditional Mexican Day of the Dead altars and offerings, as well as decorations around the two days of the celebrations on November 1 and 2. The state of Puebla is one of the top growers, with an estimated production this year of 6.5 thousand tons. 7 Photos / Editing: DBV / Design: LMR