Since the flower only begins to bloom after the end of the rainy season (May-September) of central Mexico, it became the perfect token to illustrate the end of the cycle of life according to the belief of the Aztecs. Today, the Cempasúchil flower is beloved by millions of Mexicans whom treasure its beauty in the decoration of altars in remembrance of those loved ones who have passed.

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